Lottery officials have announced on the Powerball website that no ticket has matched all Saturday’s numbers drawn for that game’s giant jackpot.
The state of Maryland netted nearly $830 million in lottery and casino revenues in the last fiscal year.
No one hit the Powerball jackpot this weekend, so the money will roll over and create a roughly $400 million prize for Wednesday’s drawing.
The D.C. Council’s rejection of a proposed contract to provide scratch-off lottery tickets means the District of Columbia is likely to run out of instant tickets at least temporarily.
A Loudoun County man’s weekly paycheck is going to get a hefty bonus courtesy of the Virginia Lottery.
The winner of last month’s $590 million Powerball jackpot is an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Fla.
Powerball officials say the jackpot has climbed to an estimated $600 million, making it the largest prize in the game’s history and the world’s second largest lottery prize.
Call Melvyn Wilson the king of the scratch-off ticket.
A Virginia woman has claimed a $2 million Powerball prize.
The clock is ticking for the winner of a $250,000 Virginia lottery ticket to claim the prize. The winner has until March 11 to come forward or the prize money will go to the state Literary Fund, which is used to help fund schools.