An all-white futuristic house of the future features in an old New York Lottery commercial. But you'll be surprised when you find out where it is.Read More
73-year-old Dale Farrand recently won the $10 million prize on a Cash Spectacular scratch-off ticket. The Fort Edward man seen here with lottery presenter Yolanda Vega (r), says he bought a $30 ticket at a local Cumberland Farms convenience store while buying Slim Jims snacks for his dog Boots.
Is $1 million enough to give up your day job like Terry Grove did?
This following Lotto Life Poll reveals something surprising about the amount of money winners think they need to leave their jobs.Read More
Jose Espinosa co-owns the West Harlem Deli in New York City where one of the two Powerball tickets were sold. PHOTO: PIX11
Two lucky Powerball players woke up richer on Sunday morning. They would each receive $198.1 million if they chose the cash option in the $750 Million US Powerball, announced the lottery organization.Read More
See if you agree with one of the commenters about this medieval-styled ad for the New York Lottery’s Take 5 game. What were the odds of winning again? You’ll remember for sure after seeing it!
Daniel Grinnell with NY Lottery presenter Yolanda Vega at the Fastrac store in Rochester where he won $3 Million.
Little did the 50-year-old know that the number 27 was to play a crucial role for him over the next few hours…Read More
Winner Dimitrios Hatzisotiriou with New York Lottery official Yolanda Vega.
A former pizza maker from Greece treated himself to a birthday scratch-off ticket gift, and got the best present ever.
DOUBLE CEREMONY: Amy McGavis (L) and Maryann Nowak (R) both received their $1 million checks from NY Lottery's Yolanda Vega.
Two western New Yorkers collected million-dollar checks after the New York State Lottery officially recognized their lottery wins.
Both 59-year-old Maryann Nowak of Cheektowaga and 82-year-old Amy McGavis of Dunkirk received their prizes from their respective lottery wins at a special presentation ceremony.