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  • Illinois Man Has Won the Lottery Twice Using Same Numbers

    Illinois Man Has Won the Lottery Twice Using Same Numbers

    (MATTESON, Ill.) — A man named Gambles has won the lottery for a second time using the same five numbers he plays every week. Larry Gambles, of Matteson, Illinois, has been buying seven lottery tickets — one for every day of the week — for the last 15 years, he told ABC News. On June 7, the 65-year-old won more than $1 million dollars playing the Lucky Day Lotto, and nine years ago, he won $50,000 when it was still called the Little Lotto, he said. Every day, Gambles plays the numbers 01 – 06 – 12 – 14 – […]

  • New York's Mega Millions Jackpot Rises to $390 Million

    New York's Mega Millions Jackpot Rises to $390 Million

    (NEW YORK) — The upcoming New York Mega Millions drawing will be for a whopping $390 million, one of the largest jackpots in the game’s history, after there were no winners in Friday’s drawing. The numbers drawn on Friday for a $363 million jackpot, the game’s sixth-largest jackpot to date, were 54-57-63-14-11, and the Mega Ball was 11. There were three second-prize winners for $1 million who matched all five of Friday’s winning numbers but not the Mega Ball. No one has chosen all five winning numbers plus the Mega Ball in the last 31 drawings. The next drawing will […]

  • 2 Dead in California Fire That Torched 19,000 Acres

    2 Dead in California Fire That Torched 19,000 Acres

    (LAKE ISABELLA, Calif.) — Firefighters in central California are struggling to contain a devastating fire of “epic proportions” that’s killed two people, according to Kern County Fire. The Erskine fire, which began Thursday afternoon, continued to spread Saturday across the Lake Isabella area of Kern County. It’s affected more than 19,000 acres. California Gov. Edmund Grown declared a state of emergency for Kern County. “Anne and I extend our heartfelt sympathies to everyone impacted by this destructive blaze,” said Brown said in a statement. “We join all Californians in expressing our gratitude to the courageous firefighters, emergency personnel and volunteers […]

  • The Mavericks Part Ways With Record Label To Launch Their Own

    The Mavericks Part Ways With Record Label To Launch Their Own

    Genre-bending band The Mavericks has amicably parted ways with Nashville’s Big Machine Label Group, ABC News has confirmed. The group recorded two critically-acclaimed albums for the label group, 2013’s In Time and 2015’s Mono, and reportedly had just a two-album deal there. The band has now partnered with Nashville-based marketing and distribution company Thirty Tigers, according to MusicRow.com, and its four members are in the process of creating their own label, Mono Mundo Recordings. They have three albums planned through the end of 2017 including a concert album due this fall, and new studio and Christmas albums coming next year. Mono Mundo is also the name […]

  • Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley Wears Diaper On New Album Cover

    Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley Wears Diaper On New Album Cover

    Florida Georgia Line just shared the cover artwork for their new album Dig Your Roots, and it’s adorable. In keeping with the title, the cover depicts the duo’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley as children, Kelley clad in a cowboy hat, boots and diaper, and Hubbard smiling astride a toy scooter. They also announced that the new set, their third studio album, will be available Aug. 26, which also happens to be Kelley’s 31st birthday. The duo wrote more than half the songs on the project, though not the lead single “H.O.L.Y.,” which has already topped the charts. “Our album cover says it all,” says Kelley. “We […]

  • 14 Dead in West Virginia Flooding, Body of Missing Child Found

    14 Dead in West Virginia Flooding, Body of Missing Child Found

    (CHARLESTON, W.Va.) — The body of a child who was swept away in fast-moving floodwaters in West Virginia was found Friday as the death toll rose to 14. The Ravenswood Fire Department said rescuers found the child’s body at 10:45 a.m. Friday, about a mile from where he was last seen in Jackson County Thursday. Fourteen deaths have been reported from the devastating flooding and historic rainfall, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said Friday. He called the flooding “among the worst in a century for some parts of the state.” A view of a home in Clendenin from I-79 pic.twitter.com/LTFQnDm0nQ — […]

  • What Supreme Court's Split Decision Means for Immigration Policy

    What Supreme Court's Split Decision Means for Immigration Policy

    (WASHINGTON) — The U.S. Supreme Court’s 4-4 split left in place a lower court’s opinion that blocks President’s Obama’s executive action on immigration from going into effect, at least for now. The president called Thursday’s court decision “heartbreaking.” What Happens Now: Status Quo? Obama made it clear that people who have been in the country for a long time and are otherwise law-abiding people, despite being here illegally, will remain lower deportation priorities, saying, “What we don’t do is to prioritize people who have been here a long time who are otherwise law-abiding, who have roots and connections in their […]