Officials say the ticket matched all five white balls drawn, 01-12-32-42-58, but not the red Powerball 12.
Check those lottery tickets! One person in the Philadelphia area is about to become more than $1 million richer.
Wednesday’s winning $40 million Powerball ticket was sold in New Jersey.
Rich covered the revelation that the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps was brought down deliberately, the NCAA’s objection to a new law in Indiana, and a man who $7 million on a lottery ticket. He also talked with aviation lawyer Arthur Wolk and Dr. Katie Schultheis.
A Pennsylvania man recovering from surgery has won $7 million off a lottery ticket tucked into his get-well card.
Residents who want lottery tickets sent to their doorsteps could have them delivered under a bill moving in the Legislature.
Police say a Pennsylvania woman has conned an elderly friend out of $26,000 by claiming to have won the New York lottery.
It was 43 years ago this week that KYW reporters were broadcasting interviews with bright eyed hopefuls ready to plunk down a few bucks for the first legal lottery tickets being sold in the Keystone State.
Forty-six New Jersey lottery winners from July 2013 to July 2014 used social security numbers of dead people to collect their winnings, according to an audit released Wednesday.
By Amy E. Feldman PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Sometimes there’s something better than legal justice. Perfect justice. A Florida man won a lump sum $2.2 million lottery payment in December. The man, who has been arrested […]
The Powerball jackpot stands at $500 million dollars.
Each winning ticket matched all five white balls, 15-16-23-27-36, but not the red Powerball 09 from the Jan. 17th drawing.
The winning numbers from the Monday, Dec. 29 drawing were: 08, 14, 21, 26, 31 and 45.
The ticket was sold at the 7-Eleven at 1801 S 4th Street and correctly matched all five balls, 22-31-38-47-48, but not the red Powerball 15 for a $1 million prize.
Officials are suspending a new multi-state lottery game after just two months because of lower-than-expected ticket sales.