California Lottery News
Thursday Feb 4 | via KHQ-TV Spokane
Luck may have run out for the winner of a California Lottery jackpot: The person has apparently let $63 million slip through their fingers. Lottery officials say the six-month deadline to claim the prize expired at 5 p.m. Thursday without anyone producing the winning ticket or making a verified claim. Comment?
Friday Feb 5 | via National Post
Luck may have run out for the winner of a California Lottery jackpot: The person has apparently let $63 million slip away. Nobody showed up at a state lottery office by 5 p.m. Thursday with the ticket or submitted a verified claim for the prize, lottery spokesman Alex Traverso said. Comment?
Thursday Feb 4 | via Mashable
The clock has finally run out for one lucky-or, rather, unlucky-lottery player who could have become $63 million richer Thursday. California lottery officials confirmed that no winner came forward to claim the state's SuperLotto Plus jackpot before the 5 p.m. deadline Thursday, the Associated Press reported, making the winnings the largest unclaimed lottery prize in the state's history. Comment?
Thursday Feb 4 | via KLFY-TV Lafayette
Today will either be one of the best days of someone's life or the one they regret for a very long time. Whoever bought the lucky ticket for the $63 million jackpot in California has to come to a lottery office by the end of the day - or that piece of paper goes from being worth $63 million to $0. Comment?
Thursday Feb 4 | via Examiner.com
Only hours remained on Thursday for the purchaser of a $63 million lottery ticket sold last year in Southern California to claim the prize before the money is given to public schools in what would be the largest forfeited jackpot in California... What could become the regret of a lifetime, someone in California is about to lose out on their opportunity to collect $63-million in lotto winnings, according to the Los Angeles Times on Feb. 4. The winning ticket was for the Aug. 8 drawing and has a limit of 180 days to be claimed. The final day is today and with only hours on the clock one man, Brandy Milliner, is claiming to be the winner. Comment?
Thursday Feb 4 | via KNEB-AM Scottsbluff
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Mar 30, 2012 | via Daily Mail
Man sues the state of California saying HE'S the winner of the unclaimed $63million lottery set to expire in just HOURS Brandy Milliner says he tried to turn in his 'winning' ticket but that lottery officials told him it was too damaged to be claimed A California man has filed a lawsuit against his home state and the lottery, claiming he is the winner of an unclaimed $63million jackpot set to expire by the end of the day on Thursday. Brandy Milliner says he tried to turn in his 'winning' ticket, but that lottery officials said it was 'too damaged' to be cashed. Comment?
Thursday Feb 4 | via Sky News
The ticket holder has until 5pm on Thursday to claim the prize - otherwise it will be donated to California schools. Lottery spokesman Alex Traverso said: "Unfortunately, the rules are the rules. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 3 | via New York Daily News
A mystery $63-million California Lottery jackpot winner facing a Thursday deadline to collect the prize is closing in on a historic screwup. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 3 | via TMZ.com
A lottery player who claims to have won a $63 million lottery jackpot is now suing the state for holding her check on a technicality. Someone named Brandy Milliner submitted a winning ticket in the SuperLotto Plus drawing from August 8, 2015, but got a letter from the lottery commission in January saying the ticket was "too damaged." Comment?
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