A Powerball ticket sold at a 7-Eleven convenience store matched five of the six winning numbers and is worth more than $1.2 million, according to California Lottery officials.
Feeling lucky enough to pick up a lottery scratcher? Anyone who’s feeling really optimistic might want to consider picking up one of the California Lottery’s new $30 scratchers.
While it soon may be possible to purchase lottery tickets directly from gas pumps at participating stations, not everyone is excited about the possibility of this “pay-and-play” prospect while filling up.
Pablo Chavez, a 55-year-old storeroom clerk, won after buying a “50X the Cash Scratchers ticket.”
The ticket was purchased at Glory Mobil (3328 W. Carson Street).
A $75 payout on a $75,000 “winning” lottery ticket was due to a misunderstanding and not fraud, California Lottery officials said Thursday.
A Gardena retiree says he might splurge on a vacation to Mexico after winning $1 million with a California Lottery scratcher.
A Santa Ana woman experienced an incredible streak of luck after winning three lottery prizes valued at more than $1 million.
The lucky ticket holder purchased a Powerball ticket at a West LA Vons supermarket.
The Powerball numbers selected Saturday evening were 5, 10, 21, 34, 58 and a Powerball number of 33.
It was a normal afternoon for a 26-year-old woman, until she realized she had a winning California lottery ticket.
Orange County authorities say a suspiciously lucky liquor store clerk has been charged with defrauding the lottery.
After realizing he won the big prize, Jacinto says he celebrated in a unique way.
Since no ticket matched all six numbers, Tuesday’s jackpot soars to an estimated $321 million.
The winner was purchased at Ted’s Donuts.