Morning Jolt: Lottery winner’s death ruled murder

Staff Writer
Mount Shasta Herald

In the news: The death of a Chicago man who won $1 million in a lottery and was found dead the next day has been ruled a homicide, police said. The man died about six months ago, and police are looking into the case. They said the man died after ingesting cyanide.

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