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  • How one store owner won the N.C. lottery 36 times

    An Observer investigation uncovered dozens of N.C. lottery retailers or employees — the gatekeepers to potential fortunes — who beat improbable odds time and again to collect significant prizes at their own stores. Here's how unlikely that can be.

An Observer investigation uncovered dozens of N.C. lottery retailers or employees — the gatekeepers to potential fortunes — who beat improbable odds time and again to collect significant prizes at their own stores. Here's how unlikely that can be. Adam Bell, Gavin Off, Meta Viers, Patrick Gleason, and Ali Rizvi/McClatchy
An Observer investigation uncovered dozens of N.C. lottery retailers or employees — the gatekeepers to potential fortunes — who beat improbable odds time and again to collect significant prizes at their own stores. Here's how unlikely that can be. Adam Bell, Gavin Off, Meta Viers, Patrick Gleason, and Ali Rizvi/McClatchy

Bad news for folks in NC who ‘won’ $1 million from the Legacy Prize lottery

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