Minivan or home with a back yard? It's a toss up.
The best part:(06-23) 13:57 PDT Lexington, Ky. (AP) --
A woman who won a radio contest that promised the winner "100 grand" sued after the station gave her a candy bar a Nestle's 100 Grand instead of $100,000.
Norreasha Gill filed a complaint Wednesday in Fayette District Court against Atlanta-based Cumulus Media, which owns WLTO-FM in Lexington. Gill, 28, says the station and its parent company breached a contract to pay $100,000 to the contest winner.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/news/archive/2005/06/23/national/a083014D14.DTLBefore her family went to sleep that night, Gill says, she promised her children ages 1, 5 and 11 that they'd have a minivan, a shopping spree, a savings account and a home with a back yard.