Someone in the St. Cloud area is holding a winning Powerball ticket worth $1 million. The Minnesota State Lottery says the ticket was bought for the Saturday night drawing at Coborn's on 8th Street North, in St. Cloud.
Somebody in the St. Cloud area has won $25,000 a year - every year - for the rest of their life. The Minnesota State Lottery says a winning "Lucky For Life" ticket was sold at Stop-N-Go at 2715 Clearwater Road in St. Cloud.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) night's Powerball drawing will be the largest lottery jackpot ever in the world. Over $1.5 billion is on the line. About $870 million if you take the cash option. Minnesota State Lottery spokeswoman Debbie Hoffman says they're busy keeping up with demand.
Minnesota lawmakers are preparing to vote on a bill suspending Internet-based state lottery tickets. Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk said Tuesday he'd hold the vote soon, and House Speaker Kurt Daudt said he expected his chamber would do the same.
Coming this fall, you'll have another option for striking it rich with the Minnesota State Lottery. Executive Director Ed Van Petten says Minnesota is one of 22 states launching the new "Monopoly Millionaires' Club" game on October 19th.
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