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By Times Wires
Published February 22, 2008
Ah, who wants a measy $37-Million?
Someone who bought a quick-pick Lotto ticket at a Pinellas Park Winn-Dixie is $37-million richer, though he or she may not even know it yet. The winning numbers for Wednesday night's drawing were 10-12-20-25-28-39. News of the lucky sale brought a slew of reporters to the store at 6501 102nd Ave. N, but the winner has not surfaced, store manager Marc Sheppard said. Winn-Dixie will get $45,000 for selling the winning ticket. Sheppard said his district manager is planning a celebration for store employees. While Sheppard was pleased for his store, he said that, had he known the winning ticket was being sold, "I'd have bought it myself."
Gov. Charlie Crist has an undergraduate degree from Florida State University and a law degree from the Cumberland School of Law in Alabama. Howard Troxler's column on Thursday contained incorrect information.
This guy could have used $37-million
Larry VanFleet was stunned to find that $11,384 was moved from his bank account to his local power company. It turned out he hacked himself; he owed the Orlando Utilities Commission $113.84 but misplaced the decimal when payingonline. The utility wanted to give him a credit, but relented after he got WKMG-TV in Orlando involved. He got his refund three hours later.