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    A LOTTERY warning is being issued, urging people to check their tickets as a $25,000 per year prize still remains unclaimed after the winning ticket was sold at a gas station. The ticket matched all five of the numbers drawn - 05-26-28-37-42 - however the player has yet to claim their prize. 2A winning lottery ticket worth $25,000 a year for life has sold, according to the Michigan LotteryCredit: Getty According to the Michigan Lottery website, this is the seventh time this year that a player has won the $25,000 a year for life prize. The winner can choose to receive $25,000 a year for the rest of their life or a minimum of 20 years, depending on whichever is longer. Winners can also choose to receive a one-time lump sum of $390,000. The mystery winner has one year to claim their prize at the lottery headquarters in Lansing. READ MORE LOTTOFEELING LUCKY? Lotto results LIVE: National Lottery numbers tonight, September 21, 2022HITTING THE JACKPOT I won $19million from the lottery – see my 'two out of three' strategy It’s...
    TWO lucky people have claimed the $1.337billion Mega Millions jackpot, lottery officials said on Wednesday. The huge prize, which was the third-largest jackpot in US history, went unclaimed for weeks before it was claimed. 1Two lucky lotto players will share a huge $1.337billion Mega Millions jackpot The winning ticket for the July 29 drawing was reportedly sold in a Chicago suburb. The two winners, who had agreed to split the earnings if they won, have chosen to remain anonymous. The Illinois lottery said they can't share any more information about the lucky winners, but did say they must be "over the moon." As for how they will receive their jackpot, the winners have decided to take the lump sum payment of $780.5 million. Read More Money NewsEXTRA CASH I'm a money expert - Here's how to pick your perfect side hustle and grab cashtrash talk I quit my job for my $650k a year side hustle - it’s America’s simplest business They have reportedly been working with legal and financial advisors over the last several weeks. “These winners are now...
    A WINNING lottery ticket worth $1.34billion is still unclaimed a month after the Mega Millions draw. The winning ticket was sold at a Speedway gas station in Des Plaines, Illinois last month. 1One lucky winner is yet to claim their billion-dollar Mega Millions jackpotCredit: Getty Illinois' lottery director said the winner has one year from the date of the draw to claim the money. Given the jackpot is more than $250,000, the winner can choose to remain anonymous in the state. But they only have 60 days from the date of the draw to decide if they want to be paid over the course of 29 years or in a lump sum. The $1.34 billion prize is for players who are sums once a year for 29 years. READ MORE ON LOTTERYMIX IT UP I won the top prize on a ‘random’ scratch card & knew I’d won with a key strategyGOLDEN TICKET I'm a lottery expert - four ways to win money if you didn't hit the jackpot According to ABC News, most winners choose the cash option, which,...
    The Mega Millions $1.28 billion jackpot prize continues to go unclaimed as stores reported a 30 percent increase in lotto ticket sales for the third highest prize in history. Friday's winning numbers were 67, 45, 57, 36, and 13 The mega millions ball was 14, but it is still unclear if anyone was able to beat the 1 in 303 million odds to win. The fervor to claim the prize, which after 29 consecutive drawings soared to the point where vendor signs had trouble displaying the full amount. One Manhattan deli employee told the New York Post that ticket sales at his store were up by as much as 35 percent ahead of Friday's drawing. Stores across the nation said lotto ticket sales were up more than 30 percent after the Mega Millions jackpot reached $1.28 billion on Friday, the third highest prize in history If nobody hits all six numbers, the grand prize will reach a historic 1.7 billion, according to Mega millions announcer John Crow. That drawing would be scheduled for Tuesday night.  The largest Mega Millions jackpot...
    The NHL Players’ Association has filed a grievance against the San Jose Sharks for terminating the remainder of Evander Kane’s contract, a person with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Monday. The grievance, contending the Sharks did not have sufficient grounds to make the move, was filed Sunday night, the person said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the matter is now in the league’s hands. The Sharks placed Kane on unconditional waivers on Saturday, saying the forward violated COVID-19 protocols while with the AHL Barracuda. Kane went unclaimed over the 24-hour period, putting the Sharks in position to terminate the remainder of the player’s contract. The move will cost Kane about $22.9 million from the seven-year, $49 million deal he signed in May 2018. Kane is now a free agent and open to sign with any team, while awaiting the start of the grievance process. The decision to terminate Kane’s contract ended a monthslong saga in San Jose. Kane faced accusations of gambling on games, purposely losing games he bet on, as...
    Unclaimed luggage piled up near baggage carousels at Reagan National Airport. (WTOP/Dick Uliano) Baggage piled up at Reagan National Airport Wednesday after many canceled flights earlier this week. At several baggage carousels, luggage was neatly lined up and ready to be reunited with travelers diverted from their original travel plans. “We were flying back home from Salt Lake City, Utah, and we were connecting in Dallas, and then I think the airport (Reagan) closed down a bit because of the weather,” said Sarah Randall of Vienna, Virginia, whose family of six had to spend Monday night in Dallas. On Wednesday, Randall headed back to the baggage claim area to retrieve six bags after her family returned home Tuesday. Monday’s snowstorm and pandemic-caused shortages of airline workers produced a holiday season-high of flight cancellations earlier this week. Sirak Betru of Rockville, Maryland, returned to the D.C. area on Tuesday following a trip to Oklahoma City. He spent two hours Tuesday searching for his bag and then returned to the airport to find it Wednesday. “Well, it’s kind of frustrating a little...
    DENNIS (CBS) — An unclaimed $500,000 Powerball prize that was won last August is close to expiring. The Massachusetts Lottery announced that the winning ticket, which was drawn on August 19, 2020, was bought at the South Dennis Mobil gas station on Route 134 in South Dennis. READ MORE: Teachers Union Wants COVID Vaccine Requirement For All Eligible Students, School Employees In Massachusetts The winning numbers were 13-23-47-55-58, with a Powerball number of 23. The winning ticket had four of the first five numbers, including the Powerball. READ MORE: All New England States Ranked In Top 15 Nationally For Recovering The Quickest From COVID, New Report Says Because the Powerball for the drawing multiplied the base prize of $50,000 by 10, the winnings turned into $500,000. MORE NEWS: COVID Vaccine Booster Shots: HHS Secretary Says Stay Tuned The final day to claim the prize is Thursday. It must be claimed at the Lottery headquarters on Mount Vernon Street in Dorchester.
    Some of the musical gear that belonged to Ozzy Osbourne's late and legendary guitarist Randy Rhoads has been recovered, nearly a year-and-a-half after it was stolen. The guitar hero's first electric guitar, a 1963 Harmony Rocket, and a prototype of his rare signature Marshall Amplifiers head, were turned into police and then given back to the Rhoads family this week. While the family is ecstatic the gear was returned to the rightful owner, several more prized family possessions are still missing. Break in case! Two pieces of stolen musical gear once owned by Ozzy Osbourne's late guitarist Randy Rhoads has been recovered and returned to the Rhoads family this week While investigation into the theft continues, TMZ is reporting that someone walked into a police station and turned in the gear. That person did not request to cash in on the $25,000 reward offered up by Osbourne for 'information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for stealing the gear and/or return of the stolen items.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Loading the player... Over the weekend police officers were stunned to discover a four-year-old girl roaming the streets of New York City alone. After the child remained unclaimed for days, police have arrested a woman who is now believed to be her mother. Saturday, police noticed the child walking alone just after midnight at the corner of E. 156 St. and Prospect Ave. in the Bronx. Sunday, the NYPD shared surveillance video on its official Twitter page that showed a person who appears to be a woman walking ahead as the girl crosses the street alone. The adult stops to make sure the child crossed the street safely. But in a stunning turn of events, she then leaves her behind. READ MORE: Meghan Markle’s rep says bullying claims a ‘smear campaign’ by palace The little girl who later told the officers that her name is Sidaya, was alone for about ten minutes before she was discovered only wearing a sweater, sweatpants and rain boots in the cold winter weather. According to News12, she was taken to a local hospital for...
    Loading the player... Over the weekend police officers were stunned to discover a four-year-old girl roaming the streets of New York City alone. After the child remained unclaimed for days, police have arrested a woman who is now believed to be her mother. Saturday, police noticed the child walking alone just after midnight at the corner of E. 156 St. and Prospect Ave. in the Bronx. Sunday, the NYPD shared surveillance video on its official Twitter page that showed a person who appears to be a woman walking ahead as the girl crosses the street alone. The adult stops to make sure the child crossed the street safely. But in a stunning turn of events, she then leaves her behind. READ MORE: Meghan Markle’s rep says bullying claims a ‘smear campaign’ by palace The little girl who later told the officers that her name is Sidaya, was alone for about ten minutes before she was discovered only wearing a sweater, sweatpants and rain boots in the cold winter weather. According to News12, she was taken to a local hospital for...
    Fact check: COVID-19 vaccine morally acceptable, Vatican says, but some claims missing context $600 stimulus checks could be sent out as early as this week, according to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Dwayne Haskins goes unclaimed on waivers after release by Washington Dwayne Haskins is a free agent. The second-year quarterback released by the Washington Football Team on Monday went unclaimed on waivers Tuesday. That means that 31 teams had a chance to claim the 2019 first-round draft pick and his contract by Tuesday’s deadline, and they all passed. Haskins is now free to sign with the team of his choice — or, to be more precise — a team that’s willing to take a chance on him.Claim would have come with guaranteed moneyHaskins had two years remaining on the four-year, $14.4 million deal he signed as a rookie. He has $4.2 million remaining in guaranteed bonus money that nobody was willing to take on after his release by Washington. Haskins will likely find a suitor this offseason to sign him on different terms. But the fact that nobody was...
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Running back Leonard Fournette is now a free agent. Fournette went unclaimed after Jacksonville waived him Monday. Fournette’s representatives responded by formally filing a grievance against the Jaguars in an effort to recoup the $4.17 million in base salary he was initially guaranteed for this season. Jacksonville voided all remaining guarantees in Fournette’s rookie deal late in 2018. The void only came into play because the Jags parted ways with the fourth overall pick in the 2017 draft. The Jaguars took the unusual action following Fournette’s one-game suspension for fighting with Buffalo linebacker Shaq Lawson in November 2018. Then-Jaguars personnel chief Tom Coughlin publicly ripped Fournette weeks later for being “disrespectful” and “selfish” for sitting on the bench while injured and inactive during the season finale. Coughlin tried to fine Fournette an entire game check — around $99,000 — for his actions that day, but it was eventually rescinded. ___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
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