Michigan Lottery will be launching the 'Win For Life' game on May 11th, 2009. Club Keno retailers will also offer the game. Some of the proceeds will go directly to the School Aid Fund.
Nova Scotia recently approve new gaming laws like lottery retailers should not sell any games to anyone under 19 years old and others. The new law also apply to online games and keno.
The Selectmen gave their permission for the 7-Elevens Main Street proposal to feature a keno monitor. Al DeNapoli said that the store should come before the board for yearly evaluation.
A woman from Tennant Creek won more than $2 million in keno jackpot. The woman won the jackpot at the Memorial Club.
Sheree Bonell is the first female participant of the 'The Footy Shows' Keno Million Dollar Hot Seat. Bonell will try to win the $5,000 cash prize at the show.
A grandfather from Sydney won a total of $243,000 while playing keno at the Ramsgate RSL Club. He said that he plans to buy a car from his winnings.
Jim Dancy donated his $10,000 keno winnings to the Greater Kalamazoo United Way. He said that a lot of people needed the money more than him.
Jim Dancy of Kalamazoo, Michigan generously donated his $10,000 keno winnings to the Greater Kalamazoo United Way. He said that he wants to help his community with his winnings.