An Illinois woman won a $150,000 lottery prize by playing numbers that correspond to her family members' ages.
A New Jersey couple won $1 million on a lottery ticket that was sold mistakenly to its owner.
A southern Georgia man who won $3 million playing the lottery was arrested for dealing crystal meth, according to federal authorities.
A Chicago man with the perfect name won the lottery twice - using the very same numbers.
Celebrations broke out at a nursing home in Pomona, Calif., as reports emerged that a 62-year-old nurse there had just won part of the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot.
Well it's not the Powerball, but how would you like a million bucks?
After hitting the $6.4 million jackpot, an Oregon lottery winner took more than three months to claim his prize. But he had a very good reason for being late — he lives in Iraq.
What are the odds of being struck by lightning and winning the lotto?
A retired firefighter who responded to the 9/11 terror attacks has struck it rich.
A New Mexico man excitedly went into a gas station to turn in a scratch-off ticket that he believed was a $500,000 winner. It looked like a winner, but when the attendant at the Roswell station scanned it, she said it was a loser. Turns out there were some critical misprints on the ticket.
A Melrose, Massachusetts, convenience store lost its license to sell lottery tickets after the owner scammed a mentally disabled woman out of a scratch-off ticket worth $10,000.