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DateFirst No.Second No.Third No.Fourth No.Fifth No.Mega BallMegaplier
10/1/2010 3 8 21 28 52 43 4
10/5/2010 10 19 24 37 44 27 4
10/8/2010 24 29 37 48 50 19 4
10/12/2010 10 31 36 37 43 15 4
10/15/2010 9 10 13 31 50 10 4
10/19/2010 2 9 14 37 42 41 4
10/22/2010 2 7 18 32 53 18 4
10/26/2010 15 21 30 31 32 26 4
10/29/2010 4 19 26 28 39 14 4
11/2/2010 1 3 12 16 54 46 2
11/5/2010 19 25 34 46 53 15 4
11/9/2010 8 26 28 33 53 11 4
11/12/2010 9 26 28 35 38 10 4
11/16/2010 1 26 27 39 46 21 3
11/19/2010 7 14 31 51 54 35 2
11/23/2010 2 6 12 34 35 33 4
11/26/2010 5 9 34 43 47 8 2
11/30/2010 11 16 19 47 53 2 4
12/3/2010 6 11 12 18 56 12 3
12/7/2010 4 38 45 53 54 9 4
12/10/2010 23 27 33 44 46 36 4
12/14/2010 18 22 25 31 38 29 3
12/17/2010 11 20 26 46 53 12 4
12/21/2010 8 11 12 31 32 29 4
12/24/2010 15 16 27 40 52 16 4
12/28/2010 6 18 36 40 49 7 4
12/31/2010 10 12 13 35 56 9 4
1/4/2011 4 8 15 25 47 42 4
1/7/2011 4 22 42 46 53 20 2
1/11/2011 1 4 11 16 45 37 4
1/14/2011 2 15 17 33 35 8 2
1/18/2011 4 27 29 38 45 5 4
1/21/2011 5 9 21 35 38 20 4
1/25/2011 5 8 31 46 50 4 4
1/28/2011 14 33 48 49 50 18 4
2/1/2011 16 22 23 26 35 31 4
2/4/2011 6 20 29 48 55 6 4
2/8/2011 25 35 36 47 48 18 2
2/11/2011 8 9 17 32 34 13 2
2/15/2011 17 18 24 35 39 18 4
2/18/2011 5 6 7 30 45 42 3
2/22/2011 15 22 23 48 55 31 4
2/25/2011 4 5 17 19 50 7 4
3/1/2011 1 12 19 20 47 25 3
3/4/2011 8 10 15 23 41 7 4
3/8/2011 3 17 19 41 55 24 4
3/11/2011 14 19 21 42 45 6 2
3/15/2011 10 11 12 28 43 45 4
3/18/2011 14 33 34 54 56 37 4
3/22/2011 1 14 35 50 53 43 4
3/25/2011 22 24 31 52 54 4 4
3/29/2011 6 15 23 34 38 43 4
4/1/2011 13 14 35 36 53 19 3
4/5/2011 1 19 20 31 36 9 2
4/8/2011 6 40 45 50 56 11 3
4/12/2011 10 23 39 41 45 15 2
4/15/2011 22 23 33 39 48 29 3
4/19/2011 20 24 32 45 51 43 4
4/22/2011 3 18 46 51 53 17 3
4/26/2011 19 29 32 38 55 15 3
4/29/2011 9 10 11 33 51 29 4
5/3/2011 1 16 29 36 50 16 2
5/6/2011 6 18 26 37 41 9 3
5/10/2011 11 16 34 40 51 34 4
5/13/2011 3 33 39 47 53 9 4
5/17/2011 1 2 17 25 48 45 4
5/20/2011 10 17 19 45 48 30 4
5/24/2011 9 12 21 42 43 42 3
5/27/2011 5 7 14 28 56 10 4
5/31/2011 28 30 31 37 55 13 3
6/3/2011 20 23 41 49 53 31 3
6/7/2011 29 32 35 47 52 13 4
6/10/2011 18 21 27 37 38 7 3
6/14/2011 9 10 20 51 53 24 4
6/17/2011 12 29 46 47 51 24 4
6/21/2011 11 24 25 31 46 17 3
6/24/2011 10 14 40 49 51 4 3
6/28/2011 12 17 27 47 48 33 4
7/1/2011 12 17 30 35 47 26 4
7/5/2011 1 10 13 18 46 19 2
7/8/2011 1 2 22 37 50 45 3
7/12/2011 3 9 11 44 49 9 4
7/15/2011 16 29 30 46 56 6 3
7/19/2011 2 9 10 16 35 40 4
7/22/2011 23 31 32 39 56 38 4
7/26/2011 20 25 35 52 55 10 3
7/29/2011 8 10 22 47 48 35 4
8/2/2011 14 17 19 20 32 28 4
8/5/2011 6 24 28 33 42 19 3
8/9/2011 11 19 39 45 54 15 4
8/12/2011 9 43 51 54 55 13 4
8/16/2011 4 38 41 42 43 44 4
8/19/2011 5 15 53 54 56 22 2
8/23/2011 11 21 44 48 49 23 3
8/26/2011 2 3 27 30 47 36 3
8/30/2011 2 22 25 28 50 18 4
9/2/2011 25 44 48 49 55 20 3
9/6/2011 1 36 38 42 49 19 4
9/9/2011 7 12 19 23 31 45 4
9/13/2011 22 31 43 48 56 45 4
9/16/2011 6 23 41 45 56 24 4
9/20/2011 6 29 38 50 51 39 4
9/23/2011 21 27 32 40 52 36 4
9/27/2011 2 20 28 36 45 37 4
9/30/2011 3 19 21 44 45 29 4
10/4/2011 3 26 40 45 52 11 3
10/7/2011 5 15 19 23 38 19 4
10/11/2011 25 34 38 44 56 27 4
10/14/2011 13 35 42 45 54 26 4
10/18/2011 24 25 45 47 53 42 2
10/21/2011 6 21 35 37 38 17 3
10/25/2011 13 33 40 44 46 8 4
10/28/2011 13 31 49 52 56 41 4
11/1/2011 27 31 39 40 46 36 3
11/4/2011 26 30 32 33 44 1 4
11/8/2011 5 31 45 47 54 4 4
11/11/2011 2 16 22 29 50 27 4
11/15/2011 3 6 24 30 33 21 4
11/18/2011 4 13 33 39 55 3 4
11/22/2011 4 16 23 33 48 38 2
11/25/2011 22 28 42 49 54 43 3
11/29/2011 17 29 43 48 52 36 4
12/2/2011 24 30 48 51 56 45 4
12/6/2011 7 21 29 35 49 39 4
12/9/2011 4 12 29 49 51 44 4
12/13/2011 5 6 22 26 41 6 4
12/16/2011 2 4 26 36 39 27 3
12/20/2011 20 24 27 45 51 31 4
12/23/2011 3 5 8 18 29 14 4
12/27/2011 23 32 33 39 43 8 3
12/30/2011 4 24 45 46 52 1 4
1/3/2012 2 3 15 22 36 23 2
1/6/2012 9 17 28 34 48 46 2
1/10/2012 4 10 16 38 48 34 3
1/13/2012 10 27 28 37 51 19 3
1/17/2012 3 15 31 36 53 27 2
1/20/2012 1 9 28 38 47 8 2
1/24/2012 10 22 24 36 49 33 4
1/27/2012 3 5 30 36 48 23 4
1/31/2012 9 17 18 28 43 9 3
2/3/2012 7 19 21 49 53 35 4
2/7/2012 17 23 30 37 45 4 4
2/10/2012 3 4 18 29 50 20 4
2/14/2012 3 5 10 26 27 27 2
2/17/2012 16 25 28 32 40 3 3
2/21/2012 9 30 39 42 47 37 3
2/24/2012 1 16 18 25 27 3 4
2/28/2012 6 15 29 39 51 36 3
3/2/2012 16 29 48 52 54 5 2
3/6/2012 20 24 31 33 36 44 4
3/9/2012 9 10 27 36 42 11 4
3/13/2012 2 8 30 36 48 31 3
3/16/2012 28 29 43 51 53 7 3
3/20/2012 1 4 6 11 14 30 4
3/23/2012 6 17 19 20 21 20 4
3/27/2012 9 19 34 44 51 24 3
3/30/2012 2 4 23 38 46 23 3
4/3/2012 11 35 38 41 52 40 4
4/6/2012 2 19 20 24 33 39 4
4/10/2012 2 6 12 31 48 25 4
4/13/2012 9 14 17 36 42 33 4
4/17/2012 1 16 24 32 48 2 4
4/20/2012 14 23 26 33 35 40 3
4/24/2012 3 9 15 37 38 39 4
4/27/2012 2 5 45 46 47 37 4
5/1/2012 24 27 31 45 52 38 4
5/4/2012 4 11 21 42 53 38 4
5/8/2012 2 6 8 18 51 19 3
5/11/2012 3 15 29 35 54 8 4
5/15/2012 10 11 12 14 24 6 4
5/18/2012 3 11 22 34 49 1 4
5/22/2012 10 14 35 43 52 16 2
5/25/2012 9 15 21 40 54 11 4
5/29/2012 2 14 29 53 55 31 3
6/1/2012 2 27 38 46 52 45 3
6/5/2012 37 39 42 53 55 22 3
6/8/2012 4 9 34 40 48 25 3
6/12/2012 2 9 17 34 50 45 4
6/15/2012 8 12 18 30 40 4 3
6/19/2012 11 21 27 30 53 11 2
6/22/2012 10 16 19 32 36 13 3
6/26/2012 3 16 23 35 36 20 4
6/29/2012 28 34 39 45 53 34 4
7/3/2012 3 4 24 36 52 45 4
7/6/2012 20 23 28 35 39 21 3
7/10/2012 3 11 19 23 36 21 4
7/13/2012 6 7 13 24 46 34 2
7/17/2012 1 13 21 49 55 17 4
7/20/2012 2 44 48 50 52 3 3
7/24/2012 5 9 38 46 51 5 4
7/27/2012 2 3 4 8 43 26 3
7/31/2012 5 18 21 29 41 37 3
8/3/2012 2 10 13 38 46 2 3
8/7/2012 30 32 33 42 48 7 4
8/10/2012 10 18 36 38 44 8 4
8/14/2012 15 23 34 39 55 32 4
8/17/2012 8 20 24 35 56 24 3
8/21/2012 5 13 20 23 33 30 2
8/24/2012 25 34 45 46 49 34 2
8/28/2012 4 9 40 45 50 39 4
8/31/2012 31 40 41 47 48 45 3
9/4/2012 16 32 39 41 53 16 3
9/7/2012 15 32 38 42 46 31 4
9/11/2012 5 11 20 33 36 11 3
9/14/2012 16 17 21 40 51 20 4
9/18/2012 5 9 22 36 49 36 3
9/21/2012 3 13 14 46 55 34 4
9/25/2012 7 8 23 50 51 26 3
9/28/2012 6 8 14 43 56 28 4
10/2/2012 10 11 20 42 55 9 4
10/5/2012 8 9 16 32 39 15 3
10/9/2012 6 15 16 22 37 3 4
10/12/2012 6 10 24 26 42 15 4
10/16/2012 13 37 40 46 52 29 4
10/19/2012 14 34 36 48 53 42 3
10/23/2012 1 17 42 46 55 1 2
10/26/2012 4 15 24 36 40 44 2
10/30/2012 5 12 18 29 56 38 4
11/2/2012 4 18 22 38 44 24 3
11/6/2012 3 5 13 32 35 6 3
11/9/2012 18 22 33 35 40 11 4
11/13/2012 6 12 31 46 56 34 2
11/16/2012 5 24 26 29 53 36 4
11/20/2012 9 13 22 38 52 44 4
11/23/2012 8 37 44 47 48 27 4
11/27/2012 5 12 26 42 49 24 4
11/30/2012 11 22 24 28 31 46 3
12/4/2012 3 19 24 32 43 44 4
12/7/2012 7 43 44 51 56 4 3
12/11/2012 39 44 51 52 54 13 4
12/14/2012 11 28 33 41 43 41 4
12/18/2012 1 6 7 18 29 16 3
12/21/2012 3 18 32 41 56 19 3
12/25/2012 2 3 18 34 48 36 4
12/28/2012 10 13 32 40 41 32 4
1/1/2013 4 11 21 25 44 29 4
1/4/2013 1 2 23 25 55 39 4
1/8/2013 3 20 21 38 42 19 4
1/11/2013 24 29 30 34 56 1 4
1/15/2013 1 6 12 19 41 14 4
1/18/2013 8 18 25 42 49 14 3
1/22/2013 7 11 16 39 54 13 3
1/25/2013 11 12 17 31 48 1 4
1/29/2013 8 12 27 46 47 6 3
2/1/2013 1 30 32 40 41 17 3
2/5/2013 2 5 10 26 44 46 4
2/8/2013 6 15 20 39 50 5 4
2/12/2013 9 22 32 38 55 44 3
2/15/2013 11 35 41 42 44 42 4
2/19/2013 1 15 19 30 56 28 3
2/22/2013 9 13 24 38 49 30 3
2/26/2013 6 7 13 15 43 7 4
3/1/2013 17 30 38 43 51 20 4
3/5/2013 6 20 39 41 46 42 3
3/8/2013 4 11 25 34 35 44 4
3/12/2013 9 12 19 20 30 39 4
3/15/2013 4 8 17 22 32 8 2
3/19/2013 3 6 14 21 37 35 3
3/22/2013 14 27 34 37 41 38 4
3/26/2013 20 33 46 49 51 46 4
3/29/2013 25 31 36 46 53 21 4
4/2/2013 7 10 14 40 47 34 4
4/5/2013 8 15 23 36 41 5 3
4/9/2013 17 30 41 48 54 13 4
4/12/2013 1 10 13 19 21 28 3
4/16/2013 2 5 15 18 39 42 2
4/19/2013 6 8 12 22 43 28 4
4/23/2013 9 21 22 32 50 10 3
4/26/2013 17 42 49 54 55 31 4
4/30/2013 21 30 34 39 49 43 3
5/3/2013 2 20 34 42 54 39 2
5/7/2013 1 6 13 20 51 31 4
5/10/2013 1 19 20 39 49 28 4
5/14/2013 6 10 12 28 32 38 4
5/17/2013 11 15 35 43 49 41 4
5/21/2013 2 15 17 48 55 11 4
5/24/2013 4 5 16 18 53 28 4
5/28/2013 4 12 25 32 54 36 4
5/31/2013 2 20 26 44 46 26 3
6/4/2013 10 11 12 20 55 19 3
6/7/2013 1 10 37 48 55 21 4
6/11/2013 15 40 45 50 53 28 4
6/14/2013 2 5 31 33 34 20 4
6/18/2013 6 17 34 40 48 30 2
6/21/2013 3 14 17 40 50 3 3
6/25/2013 3 5 28 33 51 16 2
6/28/2013 8 15 35 46 52 38 4
7/2/2013 36 42 51 52 53 40 4
7/5/2013 2 23 41 47 54 42 4
7/9/2013 3 21 43 45 48 14 2
7/12/2013 4 5 25 27 51 10 3
7/16/2013 10 14 21 40 53 20 2
7/19/2013 16 20 24 39 42 46 3
7/23/2013 25 32 35 50 51 46 3
7/26/2013 4 22 23 27 38 42 4
7/30/2013 25 27 36 42 44 39 3
8/2/2013 8 21 23 25 39 4 2
8/6/2013 1 11 16 51 55 41 3
8/9/2013 11 20 30 34 38 12 3
8/13/2013 2 31 32 37 41 40 4
8/16/2013 7 13 26 36 46 37 4
8/20/2013 13 28 35 38 41 33 3
8/23/2013 1 9 17 20 53 14 4
8/27/2013 4 7 30 36 38 38 4
8/30/2013 6 19 24 43 44 33 2
9/3/2013 4 13 14 28 41 28 3
9/6/2013 2 16 17 22 41 31 4
9/10/2013 2 12 18 54 56 1 3
9/13/2013 9 22 28 48 54 8 4
9/17/2013 6 15 27 31 39 25 2
9/20/2013 1 15 20 21 47 34 2
9/24/2013 4 11 32 39 40 33 3
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  • An Oklahoma City police officer fatally shot a deaf man Tuesday night as the man’s neighbors screamed warnings that the man could not hear them. Magdiel Sanchez, 35, was pronounced dead at the scene in his front yard, according to police officials. Sanchez, who authorities confirm had no criminal record, was a resident alien from Mexico who had lived in his home for about five years, a neighbor told the Oklahoman.  The neighbor, Julio Rayos, witnessed Sanchez’ death. He told the newspaper he does not believe the shooting was justified.  “I don’t think they had to shoot him,” Rayos said of the officers, both of whom are white.  Capt. Bo Mathews, a police department spokesman, confirmed witnesses’ statements that they tried to tell the officers that Sanchez could not hear them demanding he drop the metal pipe he held in his hand.  “The witnesses did hear the officers giving the verbal commands, but they were also yelling, ‘He can’t hear you,’” Mathews said.   Mathews said it is possible that the officers did not hear the witnesses’ screams.  “In those situations, very volatile situations, when you have a weapon out, you can get what they call tunnel vision or you can really lock into just the person that has the weapon that'd be the threat against you,” Mathews told reporters at a news conference Wednesday morning. “I don't know exactly what the officers were thinking at that point, because I was not there. But they very well could not have heard, you know, everybody yelling, everybody yelling around them.” Watch the entire news conference below. Mathews said that officers were working a hit-and-run accident just after 8 p.m. Tuesday when a witness told them they could find the green truck involved in the crash at a nearby house, which turned out to be Sanchez’s home. When Lt. Matthew Lindsey arrived at the scene, Sanchez was on the porch with what was first described as a large stick.  Mathews said the item turned out to be a two-foot-long metal pipe wrapped in material, with a leather loop at the end. “He had this in his right hand and he was holding it up,” Mathews said of Sanchez.  >> Read more trending news Mathews said when Sanchez advanced toward Lindsey, the officer, who had pulled his Taser, called for backup. That backup arrived in the form of Sgt. Christopher Barnes, who pulled his duty weapon. Both officers yelled commands for Sanchez to drop his weapon, Mathews said.  “The witnesses also were yelling that this person, Mr. Sanchez, was deaf and could not hear,” Mathews said. “The officers didn't know this at the time.” Lindsey deployed his Taser and Barnes simultaneously fired multiple shots at Sanchez, striking him as he stood about 15 feet from the officers, Mathews said. They provided medical attention until emergency medical personnel arrived, but Sanchez died in his yard. It was later determined that Sanchez’s father was the driver involved in the hit-and-run accident. Sanchez was not in the vehicle, Mathews said. Barnes was placed on paid administrative leave, though Lindsey remains on active duty, Mathews said. The shooting is being investigated by the department’s homicide unit, as all officer-involved slayings are.  The information from the investigation will be turned over to the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office, where prosecutors will determine if the killing was justified, he said. Once that determination is made, the department will conduct an internal investigation into Barnes’ actions.  When asked if any of the officers involved were wearing body cameras, Mathews said that officers responding to the shooting wore cameras, but Lindsey and Barnes did not.  Rayos told the Oklahoman that besides being deaf, Sanchez also had developmental disabilities and was non-verbal. “The guy does movements,” Rayos told the newspaper. “He don’t speak, he don’t hear, mainly it is hand movements. That’s how he communicates.” Rayos said he believes Sanchez was frustrated as he tried to communicate with the officers.  NPR reported that another neighbor, Jolie Guebara, said Sanchez often carried the pipe when walking through his neighborhood. He used the pipe as protection from a number of stray dogs that roamed the area, she said. 
  • It's not the ending anyone in the community was hoping for. A sophomore at Fleming Island High School passed away Thursday, after collapsing earlier this week in the school's weight room, during school hours.  Wolfson Children's Hospital released the following statement from Ben Johnson's family, as they're asking for time to grieve privately:  “Ben went to be with his Lord and Savior today. While we mourn, we find peace knowing he is with Jesus. We also find hope in Ben’s selfless decision to donate his organs. Please pray for healing for our family. Our hearts are broken.” – The Johnson Family  Clay County Superintendent Addison Davis also released a statement, regarding Ben's death.  'In the last two weeks, Clay County has suffered a number of scenarios that have impacted our community. We are devastated to hear about the incident involving our student, Ben Johnson. He was known as a kind, caring friend and son, who was a leader inside and outside the classroom. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ben's family,' says Davis.  According to Wolfson, Ben suffered cardiac arrest and irreversible brain damage. An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause.
  • A California elementary school suspended a 5-year-old kindergartner after he joked that he had a bomb in his backpack, his family said. KCRA in Sacramento reported that Jackson Riley, of Modesto, was in his third week of school at Great Valley Academy, a public charter school, on Aug. 31 when he refused to take his backpack off. He told his teacher he couldn’t take his backpack off because a bomb inside the bag would explode if he did. When the teacher asked to look inside the bag, she found nothing dangerous, the news station reported. Jackson still received a one-day suspension, his father, Ian Riley, said. The letter his parents received stated the boy had “intentionally engaged in harassment, threats or intimidation.”  “We said, ‘This doesn’t fit, and furthermore, we don’t really feel like our son was threatening you,” Riley told KCRA. “He’s got an imagination. In his mind, he’s being this hero that’s preventing you from being exploded from man imaginary bomb in his backpack.” The Modesto Bee reported that the school told the Rileys that the code violation best fit what Jackson had done. When the family pointed out that the code applied only to students in grades four through 12, they received a second letter. The new letter changed the violation Jackson was accused of to making “terroristic threats,” the Bee reported. “My son never made a threat, never wanted to blow up the school,” Riley told the newspaper.  Riley and his wife, Michelle, had a talk with their son about what is proper to say at school and what isn’t, and told him to follow his teacher’s rules -- including taking his backpack off when told to do so. The suspension didn’t phase Jackson, his parents said. The next day, he was outside picking flowers to bring to his teacher.  >> Read more trending news His parents remain upset, however, because they’ve been told that the suspension will remain on their son’s permanent record. They are meeting with school officials on Friday to see if it can be resolved. Great Valley Academy officials declined to comment on the incident, stating only that the school takes student safety and discipline seriously, the Bee reported. 
  • Hurricane Maria is bearing down on the Caribbean and is set to pass over much the same area devastated by Hurricane Irma nearly two weeks ago. >> Read more trending news 
  • Paul Manafort, the one-time chairman for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, said in an email exchanged with a former employee that he was willing to meet with a Russian billionaire to give him “private briefings,” according to a story from The Associated Press. Manafort offered to meet with Oleg Deripaska, a close friend and financial backer of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The offer was made in July 2016 while Manafort was Trump’s campaign chair. According to a spokesman for Manafort, no briefings ever occurred. Who is Deripaska and what is his connection to Manafort? Here are some quick facts about Deripaska. Deripaska is one of Russia’s wealthiest men. He heads Basic Element, an aluminum firm.  His net worth is estimated at $6.6 billion. He is a friend of Putin. He has worked with Putin on many projects, the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics is one. Manafort did investment consulting work for Deripaska. Three years ago, Deripaska accused Manafort of failing to account for or return $19 million he paid him to invest, according to The Washington Post. In 2008, Deripaska met with Sen. John McCain. McCain was running for president at the time. The meeting was arranged by Manafort’s business partner, Rick Davis, according to the Washington Post. The Wall Street Journal reported that he may have ties to organized crime in Russia, making it difficult for him to travel in the United States. 

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