"Jackpot prizes are paid in 30 annual payments," according to the California Lottery Commission .
Q. Please explain where Illinois lottery proceeds really go. We keep hearing they are used for education.
"I told him that we won, and he didn't believe me," Richardson said. "We had to look it over about three times."
A Janesville gas station sold a winning ticket for Friday's Wisconsin Lottery, carrying a jackpot valued at $34,500.
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A woman from Queensbury will receive her $1 million prize at the lottery's headquarters in Schenectady.
A Gastonia fireman hit the jackpot in the North Carolina Education Lottery last week.
AUSTRALIANS are losing more than $93 million a year in online scams, many aimed at shoppers and mobile phone users.
The winning Climate Lottery numbers for winter 2013 were 41/23/80 with a Power Ball number of 38. The Power Ball number for spring 2013 for the lower 48 states was the 38th coldest on record for any spring since 1895.
The jackpot in the Florida Lotto game has grown to $24 million after no one matched the six winning numbers in the latest drawing, lottery officials said Sunday.
The California Lottery 's SuperLotto Plus winning numbers for the June 15 drawing are No.
A Springfield store where players have won more than $2.8 million in prizes the last three years is among one of the best places in the state to hit the lottery.
Players matching all five numbers and the Powerball would have won or shared the $85 million jackpot.
Feeling lucky tonight? You should be, because the Powerball jackpot is a whopping $85 million! To win, all six Powerball winning numbers must be on one ticket.
A federal magistrate sentenced seven men to prison time for poaching bears and deer and other illegal hunting activities in national forests in North Carolina and Georgia.
Robeson County may be one of the poorest counties in the state, but when it comes to the North Carolina Education Lottery, it's a big spender.