While most people dream of winning the Mega Millions lottery, for some people targeted by scammers, the dream is too good to be true.
Surveillance video shows a decoy “winning” lottery ticket for $75,000 was paid out for just $75 at a Chevron store, where the California Lottery conducted an undercover investigation March 25. The store manager speaks with CBS2/KCAL9.
The 22-year-old lucky lady credited her 6-year-old daughter with the big win.
A man who says he couldn’t find his winning $1 million Powerball ticket is speaking out.
In Calfornia, three ticket holders had 5/5 tickets (all the numbers but the Powerball.)
Lotto fever has hit the Southland as Wednesday night’s jackpot climbed to $500 million.
The estimated jackpot for Saturday’s draw had been $360 million but brisk sales nationwide have upped the pot to $380 million.
Pending regulatory approval, those participating could be among a few dozen allowed to legally operate in the city – a first for Orange County after Sana Ana voters overwhelmingly passed Measure BB last year.
The record jackpot reached $590 million in May 2013.
It’s been a while, but there’s a giant Powerball jackpot that’s expected to have a prize of $317 million by Wednesday night’s drawing.
Sopmeone is $24 million richer Monday after a winning lottery ticket was sold at a San Gabriel Valley donut shop.
Since no ticket matched all six numbers, Tuesday’s jackpot soars to an estimated $321 million.
According to CALottery.com, there are two more $5 million tickets available as well as three $2 million tickets and five $1 million tickets.
Lottery officials said a Mega Millions ticket sold in Long Beach is worth $1.2 million.
A father of five was introduced Wednesday as the $180 million Mega Millions Jackpot winner.