Someone in Los Angeles may be holding a Powerball ticket worth more than $500,000.
Californians set a three-day record for new Powerball members, according to California Lottery officials.
Powerball is clearly a big hit in the Golden State—it set a new nationwide record for first-day sales.
Tickets for the POWERBALL lottery went on sale for the first time ever at 6 a.m. Monday in California.
California Lottery officials announced Saturday that two tickets sold in California in last night’s Mega Millions draw are worth $264,531 each.
Eight people came oh-so-close but no one matched all six numbers in Saturday’s SuperLotto Plus draw.
A winning Fantasy 5 ticket in Saturday’s draw worth $546,128 was sold in Whittier.
Three winning Fantasy 5 tickets were sold Saturday in LA and Pasadena, lottery officials announced today.
A Southern California woman has reason to celebrate this holiday season after becoming the latest $1 million winner in the $250 Million Cash Spectacular Scratchers game.
California lottery officials have decided to bring the “Powerball” game to California on the heels of a record $588 million jackpot.
Maybe you got caught up in Powerball fever.
You have to be in it to win it, as the saying goes. But one Los Angeles woman was in danger of being in it, and still losing it.
One ticket with all six numbers in Tuesday’s multi-state Mega Millions draw was sold at a Riverside 7-Eleven.
Bladimir Agnite had won a $52 million jackpot, but didn’t know it.
Time is ticking for two California residents to cash in on winning lottery tickets worth nearly $230,000.