California Lottery News
Wednesday Mar 18 | via New York Daily News
Hung Nguyen wasn't able to claim his $1 million California lottery jackpot last week because he lost his ticket. Nguyen only learned that he won after his boss spotted his photo - taken from supermarket surveillance video - on the news. Comment?
Saturday Mar 14 | via Fox News
Surveillance video from a Southern California supermarket shows the winner of a $1 million Powerball lotto jackpot. The man said he misplaced his ticket as the deadline expired. Comment?
Friday Mar 13 | via Mirror.co.uk
An appeal was sent out by authorities to trace the man after CCTV cameras filmed him buying the ticket - but his luck has seemingly ran out This is the unlucky man who should have won $1 million - but has been left empty handed after he lost the ticket. The man, from southern California, came forward after an appeal was launched to find the winner of the popular US Powerball prize. Comment?
Friday Mar 13 | via New York Daily News
A California man lost his winning September Powerball ticket, making him unable to claim the $1.1 million it was worth. After a would-be winner failed to collect the jackpot by the Thursday deadline, California Lottery officials said the unnamed Rosemead man lost his winning ticket, making him ineligible to pick up the $1,098,624 prize. Comment?
Thursday Mar 12 | via Daily Mail
A California lottery winner is set to miss out on his $1million prize after failing to claim his Powerball ticket in time The man bought the ticket at Rosemead Supermarket in Los Angeles in September and matched every number but the powerball Footage of the man is being now being distributed by California Lottery officials in hopes of identifying the man so he can collect his winnings A man in California who purchased a Powerball ticket back in September struck the jackpot when he matched every number on his ticket but the powerball, winning $1million. That man however has yet to come forward with his ticket, and as all Powerball winners must claim their prize in 180 days, is set to lose out on his winnings at 5pm today. Comment?
Thursday Mar 5 | via Cleveland.com
A night without anyone hitting the jackpot in any of the Ohio Lottery's biggest games has pushed one top prize to the $100 million level. No one correctly picked Wednesday's Powerball winning numbers of 8, 12, 15, 35 and 50 with the Power Ball of 32, so the jackpot for Saturday's drawing has climbed to $100 million. Comment?
Feb 16, 2015 | via Cleveland.com
Nobody hit the jackpot in any of the Ohio Lottery's biggest drawings over the weekend, so the top prizes for this week's games are beginning to climb once more. The Mega Millions jackpot for Tuesday's drawing will be $88 million after no one correctly picked Friday's winning numbers of 4, 20, 44, 65 and 74 with the Mega Ball of 14. One player in California matched the first five numbers, but missed the Mega Ball, so instead of winning Friday's $74 million jackpot, the player has won $3,471,009 since the California Lottery awards prizes on a pari-mutuel basis. Comment?
Feb 11, 2015 | via Daily Mail
Your home is full of gadgets that spy on you: How internet giants are collecting your personal data through their high-tech devices Couple who were terrorized with fake ads inviting rapists to break down their door - posted by woman they outbid on 'dream home' - tell how ordeal almost broke them DNA tests confirm wolf killed by 'confused' coyote hunter was Echo - the first of her species to be seen the Grand Canyon area for 70 YEARS Catnapped? Owner of Bart the 'Zombie Cat' sues humane society, alleging it STOLE his beloved pet and is using him for publicity The cash payout reached $337.8 million for the $564.1 million jackpot drawing at 11:00 on Wednesday night If no one wins the Powerball tonight the next drawing on February 14 could reach up to $650 million making it the largest drawing in Powerball history Winning $564.1 million jackpot Powerball tickets were sold in Texas, Puerto ... (more) Comment?
Feb 10, 2015 | via Los Angeles Times
Paula Hunt, left, and Wanda Walls selling lottery tickets Monday at Bill's Kwik Chek in Chambersburg, Pa. The Powerball jackpot has now reached $485 million -- the third-largest in the game's history and the fifth-largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history. Comment?
Feb 7, 2015 | via NBC Bay Area
Demand for tickets spiked after no one scooped the $316 million on offer during Wednesday night's draw. Unfortunately for players, the odds of winning the top prize are 1 in 175,223,510, the game's official website states. Comment?
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