If you didn’t win the big Powerball jackpot Wednesday night, maybe you don’t need to pick different numbers, you just need to pick a different store.
Ticketholders aren’t the only ones who benefit from a win like the one expected in Wednesday’s big Powerball drawing, estimated to be $425 million so far.
The Texas Lottery says a man who lives in a small North Texas town has claimed a $40 million Powerball jackpot.
The Texas Lottery has temporarily suspended the popular All or Nothing game after a “design issue” has led to higher than expected payouts to players.
The Texas Senate has voted to extend the life of the state lottery in a vote that was much less contentious than in the House, where some lawmakers tried to kill it off.
A message early Thursday on the multistate lottery’s website said the jackpot has soared to $475 million after none of the tickets sold matched all the winning numbers in Wednesday night’s drawing.
North Texans are coming down with a double dose of lottery fever this week.
The Texas House cast a shocking vote on Tuesday to dismantle the state lottery — only to reverse itself after a few frantic hours.
Supporters of casinos and expanded gambling in Texas say they’re more united before the upcoming legislative session, but their proposals will still face long odds.
The richest Powerball jackpot ever _ and the second-largest top prize in U.S. lottery history _ has been won. The question now becomes: Who are the lucky winners waking up to new lives as multimillionaires?
Powerball fever has hit North Texas. The estimated jackpot for Wednesday’s drawing has jumped from $425 million to $500 million — that’s half a billion dollars — making it the second richest lottery jackpot in United States history.
The record Powerball jackpot keeps rising. It now stands at $550 million after officials say brisk sales keep driving up the payout amount. In Texas alone early $7 million worth of Powerball tickets were sold before 1 p.m. on Wednesday.