Someone in Gary got $3.5 million richer this week, but people close to the new lotto winner are keeping quiet.
The Citgo gas station in Highland sold a $1 million winning Powerball ticket to Highland resident Larry Chandler.
Highland resident Stacey Wyant on Thursday checks the winning Powerball numbers printed on The Times newspaper at the Highland Citgo gas station that sold a $1 million winning ticket.
Citgo clerk Keith Barnes takes phone calls Thursday from reporters while he helps customers at the Highland gas station. The station sold a $1 million winning Powerball ticket to Highland resident Larry Chandler.
After nobody won the Saturday night's Powerball jackpot, the prize has grown to $425 million for Wednesday.
Ceasar's cashier Judy Novak, left, prints out Mega Millions lottery tickets Tuesday while customers wait in line.
Lansing resident Evelyn Moss, left, counts her money to purchase various lottery tickets Tuesday from Ceasar's in Lansing.
Burnham resident Adrienne Pillarella purchases Mega Millions lottery tickets Tuesday from Ceasar's in Lansing.
Lansing resident Ken Mrozek purchases Mega Millions lottery tickets Tuesday from Ceasar's cashier Judy Novak at the store in Lansing. "Give me $5 worth of hope," Mrozek said as he passed his money over the counter.
Wiseway cashier Stephanie Fisher holds a Mega Millions lottery ticket Tuesday in Valparaiso. The Mega Millions is at $363 million.
The Mega Millions lottery jackpot is up to $363 million on Tuesday.
Megan Wright, right, public relations manager for the Hoosier Lottery, hands over the keys for a new Chevrolet Camaro to Lake Station resident Randy Coffing after he won a choice of three cars or cash from a winning $5 scratch-off ticket. He bought the ticket last week at the Luke Oil Co. ga…
Lake Station resident Randy Coffing checks out a Chevrolet Camaro he won from a Hoosier Lottery scratch-off ticket.
Randy Coffing, of Lake Station, sits in his new 2011 Chevrolet Camaro. He scratched off a lucky ticket last week and was given a choice among three vehicles and cash.
Randy Coffing, of Lake Station, hugs Luke Oil Co. employee Nelda Clifft who convinced him to buy a winning $5 scratch-off ticket at the Lake Station gas station last week. Coffing chose a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro for his prize. from the Hoosier Lottery last week. Coffing received a new 2011 Che…
Randy Coffing, of Lake Station, sits in a new 2011 Chevrolet Camaro he won from the Hoosier Lottery through a scratch-off ticket he bought at a gas station.
INDIANAPOLIS | When Mary L. Zaragoza of Crown Point scratched her latest Hoosier Lottery ticket, she was so stunned by what was revealed she immediately called her husband, Joe.
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