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A man won $1 million after purchasing a winning lottery ticket from a store in San Jose, lottery officials announced Friday.
A man who wanted to give his wife a nice gift for Valentine's Day gave her one of the best presents ever.
A Sausalito 7-Eleven store sold a winning lottery ticket this week worth $750,000.
A winning lottery ticket worth nearly $800,000 was sold in Sunnyvale in the latest Powerball lottery drawing Saturday night.
A man is one million dollars richer after purchasing what was thought to be a losing Scratchers ticket from a San Francisco retailer.
One lucky person is a quarter of a million dollars richer after a store in Cupertino sold a winning Mega Millions ticket Friday.
A man won $1 million recently with a California Lottery Deluxe 7's Playbook Scratchers ticket sold in Castro Valley.
Twin sisters who share everything are $6 million richer after one sister bought a winning Scratchers ticket in San Ramon recently, according to lottery officials.
Lisa Toton told lottery officials she saw a yellow ladybug, which she interpreted as a…
A California Lottery Scratchers ticket recently purchased in San Jose as a birthday present ended up a $750,000 winner.
The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office would like to speak with several suspects who were caught on video cashing in lottery tickets that were allegedly stolen.
Not a single player won Saturday night's $949 million jackpot, which has since ballooned to $1.3 billion.
Members of San Francisco's African American community Tuesday applauded the Board of Supervisors' approval of an ordinance that alters the current below market rate lottery system.
A $5 million winning lottery ticket was bought Sunday in Milpitas, California Lottery Officials announced Thursday.
With more than $4.9 billion in lottery tickets sold, state schools will get more than $1 billion from the lottery this year.
Steve Tran bought five lottery tickets in San Jose. One hit half of the $648 million jackpot.
You the lucky winner with a half-million dollar unclaimed ticket lying around? Congratulations! Here are some things to do with your loot.
No Californian matched that magically fickle group of numbers, including a quirky repeating "Mega" number.
The astronomical chance of utter failure will play itself out for all but perhaps a chosen one or few.