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Woman sues TN Lottery over 'toxic' workplace, harassment
A former employee is suing the Tennessee Lottery in federal court, saying supervisors constantly sexually harassed her and then had her fired for complaining.
Former District Manager Denise Armstrong filed the suit Wednesday in federal court in Nashville, seeking her job back, back pay and an injunction against further harassment. In her suit, she names several supervisors, including current Executive Vice President of Sales Sidney Chambers, as creating a work environment hostile to women bec ...
Jul 5, 2014, 2:21 pm - Lottery News forum
$259 million Powerball winner took poverty vow
A man with a winning $259.8 million Powerball ticket claimed what officials are calling the largest jackpot ever won in Tennessee and says he plans to use most of the money to support the performing arts.
Roy Cockrum, of Knoxville, appeared Thursday at the Tennessee Lottery headquarters in Nashville to claim the prize. He plans to accept a lump sum payment of $115 million.
Cockrum, 58, bought the ticket at a Kroger store in Knoxville on June 11.
Cockrum said in a statement that when he ...
Jul 3, 2014, 10:58 pm - Lottery News forum
One winner in $260 million Powerball jackpot
One person in Tennessee is $259.8 million richer after picking the winning numbers in the Wednesday Powerball lottery drawing.
The winning numbers drawn for the multi-state lottery's jackpot are 14, 18, 25, 33, and 49, with Powerball number 23. The Tennessee lottery website said the winning ticket was sold in Knoxville.
If the winner chooses the cash payout, it would be worth $153.5 million.
The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 175,223,510. The Powerball jackpot has been climbing si ...
Jun 12, 2014, 7:40 am - Lottery News forum
Lottery pool can't be a business in Tennessee
In a formal opinion, the state attorney general has declared that Tennessee law prohibits participation in a lottery pool managed by a third party throwing cold water on a Blount County man's idea for a part-time business, though apparently not on informal pools among friends.
State Rep. Bob Ramsey, R-Maryville, said he requested the opinion from Attorney General Bob Cooper after a senior citizen constituent asked if his idea of a part-time retirement business would be legal.
Basically, th ...
Jun 10, 2014, 7:56 am - Lottery News forum
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