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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — If you receive a letter in the mail saying you won a lottery out of Spain… it’s probably a scam. We all hope to win a lottery one day and get thousands of dollars poured into our bank account, but some people are scheming to drain that money from your account instead. A Huntsville resident received a letter in the mail saying they won a lottery out of Madrid and it came from “The Desk of the […]

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- If you receive a letter in the mail saying you won a lottery out of Spain... it's probably a scam.

We all hope to win a lottery one day and get thousands of dollars poured into our bank account, but some people are scheming to drain that money from your account instead.

A Huntsville resident received a letter in the mail saying they won a lottery out of Madrid and it came from "The Desk of the Vice President of the Mega Lottery Picker 2019 Draw Prize Award Department." Sound fishy to you?

Julia Cherry with the Better Business Bureau says thousands have fallen victim to these scams in the past.

"Specifically, outside of the country, you will never win anything because how would you actually play?" says Cherry. "It's illegal and you don't want to get caught up in that scheme."

If you receive a letter like this, there are a few key things to look out for. Always look for spelling and grammatical errors, so read it closely.

This specific letter says 'To...

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Denver council refuses to loosen restrictions on social-use marijuana businesses
The Denver City Council on Monday rejected a proposal that

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COLORADO NEWS

The Denver City Council on Monday rejected a proposal that would have made it easier to open social-use marijuana business.

The change would have reduced the setbacks required for venues where people can use cannabis. Currently, the “social consumption” businesses must be 1,000 feet from schools, day care facilities, addiction treatment facilities and city recreation centers.

The bill would have dropped the distances to 500 feet for every category but schools.

The bill required a supermajority — nine supporting votes — because it changed a voter-approved law. It received...

MASSACHUSETTS NEWS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 22, 2019 CONTACT: State Police Office of Media Relations Daytime: 7am.-11pm. (508) 820-2623 Nights & Weekends: (508) 820-2121 STATE POLICE SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT Colonel Kerry A. Gilpin, Superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, announced that a “Sobriety Checkpoint” will be implemented by the Massachusetts State Police on a Public Way in the…
PENNSYLVANIA NEWS

Three shootings happening just minutes apart capped off a violent few hours in Philadelphia.

A 26-year-old man lost his life during Saturday’s bloodshed, with three others injured.

A shooting at 3:44 p.m. on the 4300 block of Germantown Avenue in the Tioga Nicetown section of Philadelphia claimed the life of a 26-year old man. There were more than two dozen shell casings found by police.

The 26-year-old victim was shot in the chest and stomach and taken to Temple Hospital where he died.

A 17-year-old boy was…

ILLINOIS NEWS
SPRINGFIELD, IL, Calhoun County has been issued a tentative property assessment equalization factor of 1.0422, according to David Harris, Director of the Illinois Department of Revenue.
MAINE NEWS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Marc Malon, (207) 626-8887

AUGUSTA - In the wake of figures released by his office and the Office of Chief Medical Examiner, which showed that drug overdose deaths decreased in 2018, Attorney General Aaron M. Frey says that Maine's opioid crisis continues to be a public health epidemic requiring a comprehensive response from jurisdictions both inside and outside of state and local government.

"While drug overdose deaths slightly decreased in 2018, there was still nearly one death for each...
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No. 23 Northwestern welcomes rivals Illinois for a doubleheader on Tuesday at Sharon J. Drysdale field with game one of the regular season home finale set at 2 p.m. CT.


No. 23 Northwestern welcomes rivals Illinois for a doubleheader on Tuesday at Sharon J. Drysdale field with game one of the regular season home finale set at 2 p.m. CT.

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INTERNET NEWS

Something new that just started might mean your website needs to be updated. Any website that does not have an SSL Certificate is now marked as Not Secure by browsers. This means all websites really need to have an SSL Certificate. After all, what person would go to a website that is marked as Not Secure. This change might be a very small free change for your website. Or it might be a major change that will cost you some money. Some hosting providers, such as Godaddy, charge for an SSL Certificate. So this means you either have to pay your hosting provider a yearly fee of about $100 or you have to move your website to a new host that does not charge for an SSL Certificate. I have been telling clients if they are with a company like Godaddy that still charges for an SSL Certificate they should switch hosts. A company as big as Godaddy should not want to charge their customers for something like an SSL Certificate that many hosts are now giving for free. As always if you need direction on what you should do you can always contact me and I will be...

OKLAHOMA NEWS

The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office is searching for an inmate trustee who walked away from the Oklahoma County Jail Saturday afternoon.

Officials say Paul Joshua Thompson, 23, is an inmate trustee who walked away from the Oklahoma County Jail around 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Inmate Trustees are low level offenders who are afforded privileges to work in and around the facility.

Thompson was being held on a misdemeanor charge of Concealing Stolen Property with a $2,000 bond.

Thompson was booked into the jail on March 31, 2019 by Oklahoma City Police.

He…

TEXAS NEWS
AUSTIN - Two fugitives from the Texas 10 Most Wanted list have been captured
VERMONT NEWS
PRESS RELEASE: STATE OF VERMONT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY VERMONT STATE POLICE NEWS RELEASE   CASE#: 19B401702 TROOPER: Trooper Steven Schutt STATION: Rutland                     CONTACT#: (802) 773-9101   DATE/TIME: April 22, 2019 LOCATION: Rutland, VT VIOLATION: Violation of Conditions of Release      ACCUSED: Christopher Dunbar AGE: 35 CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE:
DELAWARE NEWS
Kent first responders to be honored at April 24 luncheon
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The second annual First Responders and Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon is set for noon to 4 p.m. April 24 at Camden Wyoming Fire Co., 200 E. Camden Wyoming Ave., Camden.Jason
Harding presents at Coastal Carolina University Undergraduate Research Competition
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Coastal Carolina University student Bailey Harding, a marine science major from Felton, presented her research at the Undergraduate Research Competition, held April 16-17.Harding’s presentation was titled "Paired Ghost Crab Burrow
HAWAII NEWS
04-22-19 South Kona attempted murder investigation
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Hawaiʻi Police Department Area II Criminal Investigations Division Lieutenant Roylen Valera Phone: 326-4646, Ext. 230 Report No. 19-032150     Media Release Hawaiʻi Island Police are investigating a shooting incident
04-22-19 Pāhoa woman charged with ramming a police vehicle, other offenses
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Hawaiʻi Police Department Criminal Investigations Section, Area I Acting Lieutenant Todd Pataray Phone: 961-2382 Report No. 19-031096       Media Release Detectives charged a 38-year-old Pāhoa woman Friday for

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