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The Watchdog: Calling foul on lottery
The Watchdog cries foul on the Texas Lottery's new Willy Wonka Golden Ticket game. It's the $1 billion second-chance game, the biggest prize of them all.
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The Watchdog: Lottery player wonders if Pick 3 is rigged
The Watchdog: $1 billion prize just for losers
The state's new Willy Wonka Golden Ticket lottery game is the darndest thing.
The Watchdog: Frontier lost 600,000 new Verizon customers in a year
A year ago, on April Fools' Day, many of us were victims of a terrible joke. Frontier Communications took over Verizon's nonwireless services. Immediately, hundreds of thousands of new customers in Texas, Florida and California complained about service problems of every possible kind. The Watchdog was bombarded, too. Three weeks after the takeover, I wrote: "Not since the Dallas Cowboys debuted in 1960 with an 0-11-1 record has a new franchise bombed so badly in its North Texas debut."