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Skill games remain banned in Kentucky after judge dismisses lawsuit
Ignoring the ban could leave you with a $25,000 fine By Kate Northrop A judge upheld the ruling that bans skill games in the state of Kentucky, leaving anyone who continues to operate them with a $25,000 fine per machine. Skill games still have no place in Kentucky, a judge ruled, setting back retailers and gaming companies that argue they deserve a spot in small businesses and restaurants. On Fri., June 28, Franklin County Circuit Judge Philip Shepherd dismissed a lawsuit that o
Jul 11, 2024, 7:30 am - Lottery News

Tennessee man says he'll swear off bologna after winning $1 million Kentucky Lottery prize
Winner can return home debt-free thanks to prize money By Kate Northrop A Tennessee man jokingly said he'd never eat bologna ever again if he won a million dollars in the lottery and won a $1 million prize immediately after saying it. While he may have said it in jest, the fact of the matter is that it remains to be seen whether one Tennessee man sticks to his word after saying he'd swear off bologna if he won a million dollars in the lottery. A Springfield, Tennessee resident na
Jul 3, 2024, 6:52 am - Lottery News

Kentucky father and daughter both win major lottery prizes within 3 months of each other
A Kentucky family is celebrating after two members won huge lottery prizes just three months apart. The Fannin family of Hazard, Kentucky, collectively won more than $200,000 in prizes from the Kentucky Lottery after daughter Starla and father William each had a stroke of luck. Hazard, Kentucky is a small city located in eastern Kentucky. In February, Starla Fannin kicked off the family's run of good luck with a six-figure win in an online lottery game, said the Kentucky Lottery in a
May 31, 2024, 7:07 am - Lottery News

Maryland Lottery launches Cash Pop game
Maryland joins the Cash Pop fray By Kate Northrop The Maryland Lottery launched Cash Pop on Monday, giving players access to the game that has seen a rise in popularity among other states over the last few years. Cash Pop is officially available in Maryland, with four drawings a day for players to participate in. We're always looking for ways to innovate, and adding Cash Pop gives us a game that's different from our other daily draw games, Lottery Product Development Director Kat
May 10, 2024, 9:21 am - Lottery News

Kentucky woman quits job after winning $90,000 in the lottery
Prize allows winner to reevaluate current job By Kate Northrop A Kentucky woman quit her job after scooping up a $90,000 top prize from a scratch-off lottery ticket. Hopkinsville resident Reshawn Toliver was relieved when a $90,000 lottery prize came her way because it gave her the final push to quit a job that had been making her unhappy. Earlier this month, Toliver had stopped at the Skyline Fuel in Hopkinsville and decided to pick up five instant tickets from the $5 Wild Cash
Apr 3, 2024, 10:52 am - Lottery News

Kentucky man out of debt for the first time in his life, thanks to $150,000 lottery win
A Kentucky man was reduced to tears after winning a six-figure lottery prize that paid off his mortgage and all his other debts. While he was checking out on February 9 at a store in Louisville, Charles Stallard decided to add one more item to his shopping cart: a lottery ticket that can pay fifty times the cash amount that's revealed. Stallard scratched off the $5 ticket in his truck, revealing a 50x symbol meaning the listed winning prize on his ticket would get multiplied by 50. W
Mar 6, 2024, 7:57 am - Lottery News

30 Kentucky middle school employees win $1M Powerball prize, hid lottery ticket in math textbook
By Kate Northrop A group of 30 middle school employees carpooled to the Kentucky Lottery after the final school bell rang on Tuesday to collect their $1 million Powerball prize. 30 educators from a Boone County middle school regrouped after work to collect the $1 million Powerball prize they won in the Jan. 27 drawing and showed up at Lottery headquarters in high spirits. The group calls themselves the Jones 30, named after the Rector A. Jones Middle School in Florence that brought t
Feb 3, 2024, 9:27 am - Lottery News

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