LANSING | Mary Deltoro stomped the snow off her shoes Friday after walking in to Riley's Place Varieties to buy Mega Millions tickets.
Hoosier Lottery sales representative Derek Teixeira, center, hands out free Mega Millions tickets Friday at The Hen in Crown Point.
People wait in line Friday for free Mega Millions tickets at The Hen in Crown Point.
The Hoosier Lottery gave out free Mega Millions tickets Friday at The Hen in Crown Point.
CHICAGO | A Cook County judge on Thursday refused to award a partial payout of a $118 million Mega Millions prize won by employees of a Chicago Heights-based bakery.
CHICAGO | Attorneys said they filed legal briefs Thursday both for and against a group of a dozen Chicago Heights bakery employees who have a winning ticket for a $118 million Mega Millions prize from May.
CHICAGO | An attorney for a dozen people claiming they are owed a portion of a $118 Mega Millions prize said Thursday his clients deserve partial payment of the jackpot as lawsuits continue.
CHICAGO | Attorneys for current or former employees of a Chicago Heights bakery who believe they deserve a share of a $118 million Mega Millions lottery prize are preparing themselves for depositions.
CHICAGO | Four lawsuits filed by current or former employees of a Chicago Heights bakery who seek a share of a $118 million Mega Millions lottery prize have been consolidated into a single legal action.
CHICAGO | A Cook County judge will be asked in coming weeks to decide whether at least part of a $118 million Mega Millions prize should be paid now to a dozen former workers of a Chicago Heights bakery who have a winning ticket.
CHICAGO | There are now four lawsuits pending in Cook County Circuit Court filed by employees of a suburban Chicago Heights bakery who claim they were deprived of a chance to buy into a pool of lottery tickets that ultimately won a $118 million prize.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | The Illinois Lottery this week refused to pay the $118 million prize won 12 workers at the Pita Pan Bakery, citing lawsuits filed by five other employees claiming they are entitled to a share of the winnings.
CHICAGO | Two more employees of a Chicago Heights bakery are filing a lawsuit claiming co-workers are trying to deprive them of a share of the $118 million prize in the Mega Millions lottery game earlier this month.
CHICAGO | The $118 million prize won by someone in the Mega Millions lottery game has not yet officially been claimed by anyone, yet a pair of workers at a Chicago Heights bakery are claiming they were cheated out of their share of the money.
GLENWOOD | Illinois State Lottery games have been good to the financial bottom line for Sebastian John, who owns the Glenwood Minuteman Citgo gas station and convenience store with his brother and a friend.
Glenwood Minuteman Citgo owner Sebastian John, left, receives a check for $500,000 for selling a Mega Millions winning ticket worth $118 million. Frank Taylor, senior sales director for the Chicago Metro Illinois State Lottery, presented the check.
Glenwood Minuteman Citgo owners Sebastian John, left, and Babu Vettikkattu said they will pay off debts and share the winnings with their five full-time employees after receiving the Mega Millions commission check for $500,000. Their store sold a grand prize winning ticket of $118 million.
GLENWOOD | A winning Mega Millions ticket sold at a gas station in Glenwood means someone is $118 million richer this weekend.
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