Someone won a $14.6 million lottery jackpot in Arizona. That would be really exciting -- if they had claimed it.
For the first time, Mississippi residents can now play their own state lottery.
For many, winning a big lottery jackpot is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
A man on his way to his last chemotherapy treatment won a $200,000 lottery prize, according to the North Carolina Education Lottery.
We now know that a lot of people in South Carolina have the same strategy for the Pick 4 lottery game -- and it just won them a lot of money.
If you bought a lottery ticket in Texas, it's time to check it -- because someone out there is $227 million richer.
An Oregon man beat cancer. Then he beat it again. Then he won the lottery.
Patience is a virtue, right?
Air Force veteran William Bowker, 94, almost let a fortune slip right out of his hands.
Sorry, lottery-playing daydreamers. Someone in New Hampshire just stole your glory.
If you recently purchased a lottery ticket in Tennessee, you might want to check your numbers.
If you drove by your North Carolina gas station last week and shrugged off an idea to buy a ticket -- just for the fun of it -- you might be kicking yourself right now.
A Michigan lottery winner must share the $38 million windfall with his ex-wife, even though they were in the process of divorcing when he bought the ticket.
Someone in California is super rich. About $530 million wealthier -- or a cash option payout of $345.2 million.
Feeling lucky? No one won the Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday night, so now the pot has climbed to $530 million.
The winning ticket for the $344.6 million Powerball jackpot on Saturday night was sold in North Carolina, according to the Powerball website.
We've mentioned several times that you're probably never winning the jackpot.
A Canadian man became $5 million ($7 million CAD) richer after winning the British Columbia Lottery, but he has no plans to leave his job as a janitor.
There were f-bombs of joy emitted from New Orleans -- and likely many were spewed out of despair in New York.
The future for one NBA franchise will change drastically on Tuesday, with the league holding its draft lottery in Chicago.
Random acts of kindness do pay off.
Roberto Mendoza was just paying for his gas. The lottery ticket was a rare impulse buy. "I scratched the top and saw the match for $250,000. ... I go Oh my! Then I started to jump and hit my friend," the chef said. "My next reaction was basically 'this is not my money.' I'd been feeding little ones in Charlotte for five years, and I decided I was going to continue to do that." He was destined to do much more.
A truck driver on Friday claimed the second-largest Powerball Jackpot in New York Lottery history, which was worth $298.3 million.