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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
James Hanlon

James Hanlon

Current Position: reporter

James Hanlon came to The Spokesman-Review in June 2022 through a grant received from the Report For America reporter program. He is the rural counties reporter covering the eastern Washington and North Idaho counties. All of Hanlon's stories are available without a subscription on The Spokesman-Review's website, and can be republished by other organizations for free under a Creative Commons license.

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News >  Spokane

Powerball and Mega Millions approach a combined $2 billion

Amanuel Tedla has never bought a lottery ticket, but he sells dozens every day at a downtown Spokane convenience store – and a few more lately, as the jackpots for the country’s two largest lottery games each hit near $1 billion at the same time.