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man says friend duped him; pocketed lottery ticket money


lakeland, fla. — a florida man is suing his friend for misleading him about the value of his $1 million lottery ticket, and for pocketing the proceeds after helping him cash it in.the lakeland ledger (http://bit.ly/2ssuis8) reports 45-year-old john rhoades asked his 28-year-old friend tyler scott for help after realizing the scratch-off ticket he bought in april was a winner. rhoades says he didn't know how much the ticket was worth or how to cash it in.the lawsuit says scott told rhoades it was worth $100,000. attorneys for scott say he gave rhoades the money to buy the ticket, and that scott scratched the ticket and won, later giving his friend $64,000.a judge issued an order freezing both men's bank accounts until ownership of the winning ticket can be determined.






a's take a step into the digital age with monthly ballpark pass


after a couple of test runs the last two seasons, the a’s are diving head first into digital baseball with the a’s ballpark pass the club introduced in a thursday announcement.fans will be able to purchase access to a month’s worth of a’s baseball for $19.99 through the mlb ballpark app. they won’t be able to keep a ticket stub as a souvenir, however. for each game in a month that a fan wants to attend, a barcode will be transmitted to that person’s phone through the mlb app, which is free to download both to iphone and android devices.“we tried this for the first time two years ago, and then for a month last year,” a’s official catherine aker said. “then we tried it in spring training in mesa, and each time we’ve liked the results, and the fans seem to, too.”aker said the a’s were one of






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download download a handy app for carrying out raffles when each contender has got one or more tickets. you register all the tickets with a number range and optionally a ticket colour and a ticket letter. you can register several non-overlapping ticket ranges. features: each ticket will only be drawn once. a ticket range starts with 1 by default, but this can be overridden. previously drawn tickets can be revisited by clicking the back-button. a ticket that is revisited is marked with an r in the upper, right corner to make it clear that this is not a new winner. overlapping ranges are not accepted to ensure that all contenders have the same chance to win. two ticket ranges are considered overlapping if both series have the same colour, same letter and at least one number is included in bo






oakland a's pull plug on $19.99 monthly pass


seattle – the a’s ballpark pass, launched just last thursday, will stop being sold by the club wednesday.the $19.99 deal allows fans to attend every home game for a month.when the plan was unveiled may 10, there was no mention of a sales deadline. the a’s offered no word monday for their action.sales of the plan will end at 5 p.m. wednesday.the plans are available for june, july, august and september. oakland is one of a handful of teams to experiment with the pass, and none of the others priced their plans so inexpensively. the monthly pass is just $4.99 more than a single-game ticket in the third deck of the coliseum.to purchase the ballpark pass, go to athletics.com/ballparkpass.






brentwood man almost misses $1 million scratch ticket payout – the mercury news


brentwood — after purchasing a scratch ticket at a local gas station, salvador cornejo tucked the ticket into his sun visor and forgot about it.it wasn’t until two days later that cornejo pulled down his sun visor to block the glare and the $10 million dollar multiplier scratchers ticket fell into his lap.cornejo had almost missed the $1 million prize that waited above his sun visor for days, but the money rained down on him that day.as a retailer that sold the winning ticket, the brentwood chevron at 336 oak st. will win half of one percent of the prize: $50,000.






fbi investigating possible fraud in university of minnesota ticket office


the fbi is conducting an investigation into possible fraud in the gophers ticket department, a person with knowledge of the situation told the star tribune thursday.earlier this year, the u’s office of internal audit discovered some discrepancies in ticket records, the source said. after taking action of its own to address the situation, the university turned over those findings to the fbi.former gophers ticket operations director brent holck, who helped start the golden ticket promotions program for men’s basketball in 2012, was fired in february. holck had been the ticket manager for u athletics since 2008.the gophers officially announced on may 26 the hiring of assistant athletic director ryan dillon to fill holck’s role.






broncos' baby club gets newborns a spot on season ticket wait list


the denver broncos have launched a newborn club for families to commemorate their babies’ births, and it includes this feature: members are immediately added to the team’s season ticket waiting list.that waiting list already has more than 75,000 names on it.so, these babies might get to buy season tickets by the time they’re having kids — or even grandkids — of their own.membership to the broncos newborn club is $25 and also includes a team logo baby beanie, a commemorative gift certificate, monthly milestone markers and a night light.






fbi investigating possible fraud in university of minnesota ticket office


the fbi is conducting an investigation into possible fraud in the gophers ticket department, a person with knowledge of the situation told the star tribune thursday.earlier this year, the u's office of internal audit discovered some discrepancies in ticket records, the source said. after taking action of its own to address the situation, the university turned over those findings to the fbi.former gophers ticket operations director brent holck, who helped start the golden ticket promotions program for men's basketball in 2012, was fired in february. holck had been the ticket manager for u athletics since 2008.the gophers officially announced on may 26 the hiring of assistant athletic director ryan dillon to fill holck's role.marcus fuller






fbi assisting university of minnesota with probe of possible fraud in gophers ti


the fbi is assisting the university of minnesota in an investigation of possible fraud in the gophers ticket department, a person with knowledge of the situation told the star tribune thursday.earlier this year, the u’s office of internal audit discovered some discrepancies in ticket records, the source said. they turned over those findings to the fbi for its help in looking at electronic records.former gophers ticket operations director brent holck, who helped start the golden ticket promotions program for men’s basketball in 2012, was fired in february. holck had been the ticket manager for u athletics since 2008.the gophers officially announced on may 26 the hiring of assistant athletic director ryan dillon to fill holck’s role.






australian man finds a$1m lottery ticket a year on


image copyrightthinkstockimage caption the man found his winning ticket in a shopping bag an australian grandfather has become a millionaire after cashing in a year-old lottery ticket he found while cleaning his car.the man, who has remained anonymous, bought the ticket in january last year.after finding the docket in a shopping bag this month, he checked his numbers online and realised he had won a a$1,020,496 (£630,000; $780,000) prize."i'm glad i didn't just get the old bags and take them to the dump," he said in a statement.the winner, from the new south wales (nsw) city of newcastle, said he had been "a bit stupid" by forgetting about his ticket for 414 days."i'm not worried that i could have had the money a year ago. at least i've got it now," he said.the man plans to spend the money






australian man finds a$1m lottery ticket a year on


image copyrightthinkstockimage caption the man found his winning ticket in a shopping bag an australian grandfather has become a millionaire after cashing in a year-old lottery ticket he found while cleaning his car.the man, who has remained anonymous, bought the ticket in january last year.after finding the docket in a shopping bag this month, he checked his numbers online and realised he had won a a$1,020,496 (£630,000; $780,000) prize."i'm glad i didn't just get the old bags and take them to the dump," he said in a statement.the winner, from the new south wales (nsw) city of newcastle, said he had been "a bit stupid" by forgetting about his ticket for 414 days."i'm not worried that i could have had the money a year ago. at least i've got it now," he said.the man plans to spend the money






winning lucky day lotto ticket sold in aurora


the illinois lottery is looking for the person who bought a winning lucky day lotto ticket worth $100,000 in aurora.the ticket was sold at amstar, 12 hill ave., for saturday evening's drawing. the quick pick ticket matched all five winning numbers – 03-10-15-22-23.the retailer will receive a bonus of 1 percent of the prize amount for selling the winning ticket.the illinois lottery urges the winner to immediately sign the back of the ticket and keep it in a safe place until they visit one of the lottery's five prize centers in chicago, des plaines, rockford, springfield or fairview heights. winners have one year from the original drawing date to claim their prize.lucky day lotto drawings are twice a day, seven days a week. for more information, go to illinoislottery.com.






nba finals ticket prices in oakland still going up


if you don’t have a ticket but are still hoping to be at oracle arena to watch the warriors in the nba finals, you may not want to read this: prices on the secondary market just keep increasing.according to tickpick, fans hoping to be in oakland for game 1 for the warriors vs. cavaliers on thursday will need to pay an average of $1.850.30 per ticket. unlike the past two nba finals at oracle, ticket prices are rapidly climbing — it will cost an average of $2,216.11 for a game 2 ticket on the secondary market. if there’s a game 5, folks are shelling out $2,435 on average for one of those tickets. game 7 prices are on par with bay area mortgage payment, with those tickets pegged at $3,612.80 each.despite the sticker-shock, the good news is that the “get-in” price at oracle for game 1 is $500,






winning $600,000 lotto ticket sold in homewood


a lotto ticket worth $600,000 was sold at the homewood mobil station, 17500 s. dixie highway, according to illinois lottery officials.the winning numbers for lucky day lotto ticket were drawn midday friday, lottery officials said.officials said the ticket matches all five numbers drawn. the winning numbers are: 03 - 18 - 29 - 32 - 33.an attendant at the gas station said the station had not yet been made aware of the winning lottery ticket sale when contacted friday afternoon.the station will receive a bonus of $6,000 or 1 percent of the prize, for selling the ticket, according to lottery officials.lottery officials recommended that the winner immediately sign the back of the ticket and keep it safe until that person can visit one of illinois lottery's five prize centers in chicago, des pla






$100,000 powerball ticket sold in loveland – the denver post


someone who bought a powerball ticket at the loveland king soopers on eagle drive is $100,000 richer.the winning ticket hit four of the five numbers in wednesday’s drawing, and the buyer chose the power play option, resulting in the $100,000 win, according to the colorado lottery website.no information has been released on the winner.the powerball jackpot on wednesday was $435 million. a ticket winning the grand prize was sold in indiana, so the jackpot starts at $40 million in saturday’s drawing.see more at reporterherald.com.






kings go to paperless tickets for this season


tickets used to be a keepsake, a memento of a sporting event or concert, with a perforated edge where it was torn by an usher.it’s becoming a relic, though, as more sports teams are going electronic, including the kings.they plan to go paperless for the 2017-18 season, team spokesman mike altieri wrote in an email, although they still offer a paper-ticket option for a fee.they’re not alone. the montreal canadiens recently announced paperless ticket plans but still offer paper tickets at a fee, which some fans reportedly saw as greed more than an environmentally friendly security measure.the kings encouraged fans to go paperless last season but also produced a commemorative paper ticket because of their 50th anniversary year, altieri said.some season-ticket holders renewed for this season w






powerball ticket worth $1 million sold in stone park


a convenience store in stone park sold a $1 million winning ticket for the jan. 28 powerball drawing.the winning ticket was purchased at stone park drugs and liquors, 1610 n. mannheim road. the ticket matched the first five numbers — 12, 20, 39, 49, 69 — and is worth $1 million, according to a news release issued by the illinois lottery. the release stated that the retailer receives a bonus of 1 percent of the prize amount, $10,000.for information, visit www.illinoislottery.com.






unclaimed $4.5 million lottery ticket sold at carpentersville store


did you buy a lottery ticket from woodman's market in carpentersville on saturday?if so, check those numbers because you may be one of illinois' newest millionaires.the winning ticket from saturday's drawing was sold at the grocery store, 2100 randall road, lottery officials said. and that ticket matched all six numbers — 05, 09, 11, 27, 42, 48 — to win a $4.5 million prize.however, no one has come forward to claim it yet, lottery spokesman jason schaumburg said."they have one year from the date of the drawing, june 10, to claim their prize," he said.but even if that person does not come forward, woodman's market gets 1 percent of the prize amount as a bonus for selling the winning ticket, schaumburg said."so they're getting $45,000 regardless," he said.brian, a manager at woodman's surmis






unclaimed $4.5 million lottery ticket sold at carpentersville store


did you buy a lottery ticket from woodman's market in carpentersville on saturday?if so, check those numbers because you may be one of illinois' newest millionaires.the winning ticket from saturday's drawing was sold at the grocery store, 2100 randall road, lottery officials said. and that ticket matched all six numbers — 05, 09, 11, 27, 42, 48 — to win a $4.5 million prize.however, no one has come forward to claim it yet, lottery spokesman jason schaumburg said."they have one year from the date of the drawing, june 10, to claim their prize," he said.but even if that person does not come forward, woodman's market gets 1 percent of the prize amount as a bonus for selling the winning ticket, schaumburg said."so they're getting $45,000 regardless," he said.brian, a manager at woodman's surmis






california winner of $447m powerball can claim prize monday


los angeles — lottery officials say the holder of the sole winning powerball ticket worth $447.8 million can claim the prize as early as monday morning.the ticket matching all six numbers was sold in southern california, and whoever owns it will claim the 10th largest lottery prize in u.s. history.lottery officials said the earliest the ticket could be redeemed is 8 a.m., and the winner has one year to claim the prize.the california lottery said in a statement that the winning ticket was sold at marietta liquor & deli in the small city of menifee.the store owner matthew alberre said he does not know what his family will do with the $1 million bonus set aside for the retailer that sells the winning ticket.






ontario government to propose ban on ticket ‘scalper bots’


the law would apply to tickets for events that take place in ontario, regardless of where the ticket seller and buyer are based






cubs fan ronnie 'woo woo' wickers claims harassment after ejection


the case of “ronnie woo woo” vs. the cubs has all the elements of a “law & order” episode, albeit without an actual arrest or trial."woo woo," the infamous 75-year-old cubs fan, whose given name is ronald wickers, was ejected from the wrigley field bleachers last month for failing to produce a ticket. now he is claiming discrimination and threatening a lawsuit against the organization he has spent his life cheering for.“i’ll take it all the way to the supreme court if i have to,” wickers told the tribune on friday. “i have nothing to lose.”the incident took place april 19 when wickers was watching a game from the bleachers. according to wickers, a security guard came up to him in the seventh inning and asked for his ticket. wickers wondered why no one else was asked for theirs.“throughout






lottery: single ticket wins $758.7m powerball jackpot


advertisement | advertise on newsdaydoreen nelson, of lindenhurst, with the powerball ticket she purchased at the maulik and chandni stationery store in lindenhurst on wednesday, aug. 23, 2017. (credit: james carbone) a single winning ticket purchased in massachusetts has won the $758.7 million powerball jackpot in wednesday night’s drawing, officials said.the winning powerball numbers are 6, 7, 16, 23, 26, and the powerball number is 4.the massachusetts state lottery said thursday morning that the single ticket was sold at pride station and store in chicopee, correcting an earlier tweet that the...






ronnie 'woo woo' claims harassment: 'i’ll take it all the way to the supreme cou


the case of “ronnie woo woo” vs. the cubs has all the elements of a “law & order” episode, albeit without an actual arrest or trial."woo woo," the infamous 75-year-old cubs fan, whose given name is ronald wickers, was ejected from the wrigley field bleachers last month for failing to produce a ticket. now he is claiming discrimination and threatening a lawsuit against the organization he has spent his life cheering for.“i’ll take it all the way to the supreme court if i have to,” wickers told the tribune on friday. “i have nothing to lose.”the incident took place april 19 when wickers was watching a game from the bleachers. according to wickers, a security guard came up to him in the seventh inning and asked for his ticket. wickers wondered why no one else was asked for theirs.“throughout






new york couple wins $10m on lottery scratch-off ticket


poughkeepsie, n.y. (ap) — lottery officials say a new york couple has won $10 million on a scratch-off ticket, the single largest cash prize for scratch-off games in the state lottery’s history.state officials say the winning ticket was purchased at a stewart’s shop on vassar road in poughkeepsie (poh-kihp’-see), in the hudson valley.the new york state gaming commission says the ticket was part of the special 50th anniversary instant game, “$10,000,000 cash.” the game’s tickets cost $30 each.the winning couple’s names haven’t been released. lottery officials will present the couple with an oversized prize check thursday afternoon at another stewart’s store near the one where they bought the winning ticket.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.






good news for those at front of broncos' nearly 75,000 season tickets wait list


broncos season ticket holders better hang tight to their seats. a shake-up is coming.season-ticket holders who didn’t attend any games during the 2016 season are getting the boot, opening up seats for people at the front of the nearly 75,000 deep waiting list — roughly the capacity of the broncos’ home stadium —  for the first time in six years, broncos spokesman patrick smyth said in an e-mail.beyond giving people patiently waiting on the list a chance at a seat, the idea is to reward loyal season-ticket holders who have helped the broncos set the longest home sellout streak in the nfl (47 years) with a chance to upgrade their seats, he said.he did not say how the broncos know which ticket holders didn’t attend any games last season. he also did not say how many season-ticket licenses wil






lottery: single ticket wins $758.7m powerball jackpot


advertisement | advertise on newsdaydoreen nelson, of lindenhurst, with the powerball ticket she purchased at the maulik and chandni stationery store in lindenhurst on wednesday, aug. 23, 2017. (credit: james carbone) a single winning ticket purchased in massachusetts has won the $758.7 million powerball jackpot in wednesday night’s drawing, officials said.the winning powerball numbers are 6, 7, 16, 23, 26, and the powerball number is 4.the massachusetts state lottery tweeted early thursday that the single ticket was sold at handy variety in watertown.hours before wednesday night’s $758 million...






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download download the good news fwb 2016 is a fresh challenge to the growth of christians. each year good news fwb establishes an annual theme designed to strengthen our walk with christ. this year that theme is, "by my spirit. " this application provides monthly scriptures selected to help focus on the person whom jesus himself promised to send us. tap a verse in the monthly verses list and the application recites the verse to help with memorization. the application also highlights the monthly ministries and missionaries receiving our focused support. there is a monthly calendar of events for the church as well as the ability to record individual and community prayer needs as well as a specific list we call, "seven for heaven. " it is a list of the people we would most like to see surrend






glenview man wins $5 million on scratch-off lottery ticket


a glenview man won $5 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket he bought at a supermarket in the north suburb, according to lottery officials.a release from the illinois lottery says that thomas holloway bought a "million $$ match" ticket at a jewel in glenview and found he had won the top prize."i was shocked when i saw the $5,000,000 prize amount," the release quotes holloway as saying. "i have already met with financial planners and i am going to invest this money wisely."holloway, who the release says is a lifelong resident of glenview, opted to take the lump sum payout of $3 million.lottery officials said the jewel, at 1340 patriot blvd., will get a $50,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.






oakland athletics introduce monthly pass that costs just a little more than a si


the oakland athletics have the second-worst attendance rate of any team in major league baseball. they average 16,159 fans per game, meaning more than half the seats at oakland coliseum are often empty.so what’s a team to do to get more fans to come to games, short of giving tickets away? the a’s have come up with a pretty interesting idea.starting in june, fans will be able to purchase a monthly ballpark pass — good for admission to any home game that month, as long as there’s no sellout — for $19.99.the cheapest individual-game seats available for a’s games are $15, according to the team's website. so for just five bucks more, a diehard fan could attend all 15 home games in june. that comes out to $1.33 per game. not bad.obviously, the a’s aren’t going to make much of (or any) profit off






cubs fan ronnie 'woo woo' wickers claims harassment after ejection


the case of “ronnie woo-woo” vs. the cubs has all the elements of a “law & order” episode, albeit without an actual arrest or trial.woo-woo, the infamous 75-year-old cubs fan, whose given name is ronald wickers, was ejected from the wrigley field bleachers last month for failing to produce a ticket. now he is claiming discrimination and threatening a lawsuit against the organization he has spent his life cheering for.“i’ll take it all the way to the supreme court if i have to,” wickers told the tribune on friday. “i have nothing to lose.”the incident took place april 19 when wickers went to a game and the two were separated in the bleachers. according to wickers, a security guard came up to him in the seventh inning and asked for his ticket. wickers told him it was an e-ticket on the phone






here's how one man beat the crowds to view the total solar eclipse


a "golden ticket" to an all-you-can-eat barbecue buffet turned out to be the ticket for viewing the great american solar eclipse in jackson hole, wyoming.






man who needed air in tires, bought lottery ticket wins $1m


ballston, n.y. (ap) — a new york man who stopped at a convenience store to put air in his tires and ended up buying a lottery ticket has won a $1 million jackpot.state lottery officials on friday introduced 19-year-old anthony iavarone as the winner of the jackpot on a $1 million cashword scratch-off ticket.iavarone, of clifton park, says he recently stopped at a stewart’s shops store in the saratoga county town of ballston to put air in his tires. while there, he decided to buy a lottery ticket.iavarone says he chose the $10 cashword scratch-off because it’s the one his aunt always plays. he says he at first didn’t believe he won the jackpot, so he had his father double-check.most read storiessave over 90% on select subscriptions.iavarone will receive a one-time lump sum of $661,800 after






vikings say season ticket prices will stay flat for 2017 season


the vikings, after a disappointing season that saw them squander a 5-0 start and miss the playoffs at 8-8, have informed season ticket holders that season ticket prices will stay flat for the upcoming 2017 season.the vikings are heading intotheir secondseason at u.s. bank stadium after playing the 2014 and 2015 seasons at tcf bank stadium at the u."our season ticket members supported the team through two years of outdoor vikings football and helped us build the best stadium in the nfl," vikings executive vice president and chief marketing officer steve lacroix said in a statement. "keeping prices flat for those fans in 2017 is just our way of saying thank you for that continued p ion and support."all other ticket pricing, including packages and single-game sales, have yet to be determined






winning $435m powerball ticket bought at family-owned gas station


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a winning powerball ticket purchased in lafayette, ind., is worth $435 million. it was the only winning ticket for the jackpot, lottery officials said. it's also not the first time a hoosier has own. dwight adams / indystardavid kenny, co-owner of the super-test chain, stands beneath the super-test awning after the announcement that the winning $435.3 million powerball ticket was sold at his gas station in lafayette, ind., on thursday, feb. 23, 2017.(photo: jillian ellison, (lafayette, ind.) journal and courier) 94 connectlinkedinemailmorelafayette, ind. — the super-test gas station here was buzzing with excitement thursday morning after the hoosier lottery announced that wednesday's winning powerball ticket was sold at the store.david kenny, co-owner of the s






razzball basketball podcast, 2016-17 fantasy basketball


we’re back with an all new, special, friday edition of the razzball hoops pod!  ending the week in style!  on today’s show, we catch up on “walls”, alternative facts, and how rough a life is without waiters!  hah!  we also chat on jabari parker‘s sky-high stock, the clippers getting a star back/some other guys stepping up, and our worry level for the goose.  finally, we preview tonight’s games with our 30-point challenge picks and w up the week – as always – at the movies. in ituneshttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/razzballbasketball/2017/01/26/01272017--i-feel-like-i-was-tooting-the-bazemore-horn.mp3podcast: play in new window | subscribe: itunes | android | rss