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Lottery scammer rigged more drawings than first thought, records show

Lottery scammer rigged more drawings than first thought, records show

The computer program that a former lottery security official used to rig drawings worth millions of dollars in Iowa and other states was more expansive than investigators first discovered, court records filed last week show.

Court hears arguments on $559M lottery winner’s plea to remain anonymous

Court hears arguments on $559M lottery winner's plea to remain anonymous

The mystery woman in possession of the winning $560 million Powerball ticket purchased last month in Merrimack, New Hampshire, is highly stressed and is preparing to have security guards in place should her name be revealed, according to her lawyers.

NH Lottery Commission wants Powerball winner’s lawsuit dismissed, citing Right-to-Know Law

NH Lottery Commission wants Powerball winner's lawsuit dismissed, citing Right-to-Know Law

The New Hampshire lottery commission is asking a judge to dismiss a recent lawsuit brought forward by a local woman claiming to own the winning $560 million Powerball ticket and fighting to remain anonymous.

N.H. Officials to Powerball Winner: Sorry, Rules are Rules

N.H. Officials to Powerball Winner: Sorry, Rules are Rules

The state Attorney General's office says disclosing the name of lottery winners in New Hampshire "is not something done for the sake of curiosity or sales promotion," but instead is a crucial step to ensure the Lottery Commission operates with integrity and accountability. That's according to a legal response filed in Superior Court on Monday in the case of Jane Doe vs. New Hampshire Lottery Commission, in which a suddenly wealthy New Hampshire woman is attempting to stay out of the spotlight following a $560-million Powerball drawing.

NH Powerball lottery winner sues for anonymity

NH Powerball lottery winner sues for anonymity

A New Hampshire woman who hit this month's $560 million Powerball jackpot asked a judge Monday to keep her identity secret.

The cheap assault on the immigration visa lottery

The cheap assault on the immigration visa lottery

Congress is in the thick of another intense debate on immigration reform, which comes to a head on Feb. 8, the deadline by which lawmakers must pass a spending bill or the government shuts down again. At center stage is what what happens to Dreamers, illegal immigrants brought here as children, but Republicans have also thrown into the mix significant overhaul of legal immigration – including the total elimination of a program called the diversity visa, by which thousands of people come to America.

New Jersey store clerk accused of stealing $1M lottery ticket

New Jersey store clerk accused of stealing $1M lottery ticket

A New Jersey convenience store worker stole a customer's $1 million-winning lottery ticket and tried to pass it off as his own, authorities say.

Latest News January 22

Latest News January 22

The Tennessee Education Lottery marks its 13th anniversary “Some are superstitious about the number 13, but for the Tennessee Lottery, the number is very lucky, indeed,” said Rebecca Hargrove, President and CEO. “We are celebrating 13 stellar years of operations and year-over-year sales growth, which have funded more than one million grants and scholarships for Tennessee students.” These accomplishments have been made possible with guidance from our Board of Directors, participation from players, the hard work of more than 5,000 retailers, and the dedication and talent of our team of employees. Our success is also due to enabling legislation that provides the business structure under which we operate,” said Ms. Hargrove. Read more …

Brothers admit guilt in lottery scam

Brothers admit guilt in lottery scam

Two siblings from Maryland who convinced multiple local residents to pay taxes and fees in advance of collecting on nonexistent lottery winnings entered guilty pleas Thursday in federal court.

Prosecutors detail background of suspect in J’can lottery scam

Prosecutors detail background of suspect in J'can lottery scam

The last suspect fighting charges in what is believed to be the first large-scale Jamaican lottery scam tried in US courts funneled money between the two countries through her airline job, prosecutors allege in new court filings. Melinda Bulgin, of Providence, Rhode Island, also has had legal training, contradicting her assertion that she was confused about her legal rights when questioned by authorities, Assistant US Attorney Clare Hochhalter argues.

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