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  1. The Lottery Lady: Linda Kollmeyer | WGN-TV

    I would love to play the lotto, but I can't stand to listen to Linda Kollmeyer and her annoying attitude call out the numbers that determine people's destiny.

    wgntv.com/2012/11/08/the-lottery-lady-linda-kollmeyer
  1. Linda Kollmeyer Biography, Videos - FamousWhy

    Linda Kollmeyer is a famous person. Why is she famous? Linda is famous for her acting career. Our editors need your help to write the biography of Linda Kollmeyer.

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  1. Linda Kollmeyer - IMDb

    Linda Kollmeyer, Actress: Illinois Instant Riches. Linda Kollmeyer is an actress, known for Illinois Instant Riches (1995).

    www.imdb.com/name/nm0464236
  1. Linda Kollmeyer - Biography - IMDb

    Linda Kollmeyer is an actress, known for Illinois Instant Riches (1995).

    www.imdb.com/name/nm0464236/bio
  1. Illinois Lotto - YouTube

    Jul 19, 2008 · What is this woman on?

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9RNeYm5B-g
  1. Illinois Lottery Blooper - YouTube

    Nov 13, 2008 · Machine just won't work...good stuff

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDGcsFk7e94
  1. WGN Morning News attempts to break Guinness World Record ...

    On Friday, WGN Morning News team recruited their fans and their reluctant coworkers to attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most people performing lunges.

    wgntv.com/2014/11/14/wgn...to-break-guinness-world-record-for...lunges
  1. Morning News | WGN-TV

    During an interview with former Chicago Bears players Steve “Mongo” McMichael and Otis Wilson, McMichael pulls a little prank on our Pat Tomasulo.

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  1. Linda Yu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Linda Yu (born December 1, 1946) is a news anchor for WLS-TV in Chicago. At ABC 7, she anchors the 4PM Eyewitness newscast with Alan Krashesky. She also appears …

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linda_Yu
  1. Prime Network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Prime Network was a group of regional sports networks owned by Liberty Media that served several regionalized areas that was in operation between 1988 and late-1996.

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