The Hoosier Lottery announced Monday that a ticket sold for the Saturday night Powerball drawing matched four of the five white balls and the red Powerball to win the game's third-highest prize.
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Lottery players in Indiana, and across the country, now have a third opportunity each week to become a multimillionaire by hitting the Powerball jackpot.
The Hoosier Lottery sold a record $1.74 billion in lottery tickets during the 2021 state budget year, smashing the prior annual sales record by more than 26%.
A winning CA$H 5 lottery ticket worth $524,271 was purchased for Monday's drawing at Lake George Marathon in Hobart.
The Hard Rock Casino in Gary is continuing to challenge the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond for the title of top gaming destination in Northwest Indiana.
The ticket was purchased as part of the Jan. 9 drawing from the Speedway gas station at 3201 Grant St., lottery officials had said.
A winning Powerball lottery ticket sold in Northwest Indiana and worth $50,000 will expire if the prize is not claimed by July 8.
Stilianos Kyriakakis told the Hoosier Lottery he plans to share his $1 million Powerball prize with his two children.
A group of coworkers at Bulk Equipment Corp. are enjoying life with a few extra bucks in their pockets after winning a $50,000 Powerball prize through the Hoosier Lottery.
The Hoosier Lottery recently presented the three owners of RA Foods, 1201 Chicago Ave., Hammond, a check for $10,840 for selling the CA$H 5 ticket that won the game’s top prize.
The Hoosier Lottery announced Tuesday that a winning CA$H 5 ticket worth $1.1 million was purchased for Sunday's drawing at Speedway, 2101 E. Commercial Ave., Lowell.
A winning CA$H 5 ticket worth $1.08 million was purchased for Sunday's drawing at RA Foods, 1201 Chicago Ave., Hammond.
Data released Tuesday by the State Lottery Commission show sales of scratch-off tickets increased 31% between July and October compared to the same four-month period one year earlier.
A winning Powerball lottery ticket sold in May at a Hammond gas station expired Nov. 5 with no one claiming the $50,000 prize.
The person holding a winning Powerball ticket worth $50,000 that was sold in May at a Hammond gas station still is out there somewhere.
A winning Powerball lottery ticket sold in Northwest Indiana and worth $50,000 will expire if the prize is not claimed by Nov. 5.
The Hoosier Lottery sold more than $1 billion in scratch-off tickets between July 2019 and June 2020, a new record.
A winning Powerball lottery ticket sold in Hebron and worth $50,000 will expire if the prize is not claimed by Sept. 3.
The leader of Indiana's Hoosier Lottery recently was named board president of the organization that oversees the big jackpot Powerball draw game.
Hoosier Lottery ticket sales are down just 3.7% compared to last year, despite most people staying home and numerous retailers being closed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Reduced ticket sales are forcing Indiana's lottery to reduce how much the Hoosier Lotto jackpot increases between drawings.
Numerous state agencies are changing or waiving rules to cope with the "new normal" in the time of coronavirus.
The Hoosier Lottery temporarily is changing how big prize winners get their cash due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Thirty years ago this month the first Hoosier Lottery tickets were sold in Indiana.