Lottery news and results for Missouri
Missouri Lottery News
Tuesday Apr 8 | via KSDK-TV Saint Louis
Nearly two months after picking a winning lottery ticket, a suburban St. Louis man has claimed his prize. Comment?
Friday Mar 28 | via Daily Mail
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Friday Mar 28 | via The Miami Herald
Nadia Asencio and Paul Morrow, center, react to a backyard fight in a scene from 'Dawg Fight.' Comment?
Wednesday Mar 26 | via Examiner.com
Who wants to win the Powerball jackpot today? You're not alone! The March 26, 2014 Powerball winning numbers are worth an amazing $40 million annuity, and millions of players are trying to grab the whole jackpot. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 26 | via The Kansas City Star
In a deal between the airport's vendor, HMSHost, and the Missouri Lottery, sometime next month passengers and visitors at Terminal B will be able to gamble on more than just their flight being on time. Comment?
May 1, 2010 | via KFVS12
In Missouri, Show-Me Cannabis continues to fight to legalize recreational marijuana. Comment?
Sunday Mar 23 | via KMOV-TV Saint Louis
One Powerball ticket sold in Missouri matched all six numbers drawn Saturday night to win the $96.5 million jackpot, the sixth largest jackpot prize ever won in Missouri, while another ticket matched all five white-ball numbers to win $1 million. Comment?
Feb 25, 2014 | via The Kansas City Star
And Missourians have been doing a lot of dreaming at least thats what lottery sales indicate. Comment?
Feb 20, 2014 | via WCAX-TV Burlington
The Arizona House has begun debating a Republican bill that would expand people's rights to assert their religious beliefs in refusing service to gays and others. Comment?
Feb 20, 2014 | via WTHR-TV Indianapolis
California has reached the breaking point. Or so says Tim Draper, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist who is pushing a proposal to crack the nation's most populous state into pieces. Comment?