outh Dakota Lottery officials say a Powerball ticket worth $1 million has been sold in Mitchell. Officials say the ticket holder matched all five white ball numbers but missed the Powerball on Saturday’s drawing. The winning numbers are 6, 10, 51, 54, 57, and the Powerball is 12.
We all feel like we hit the jackpot with Sunday’s weather, but somebody in Minnesota did more than that. They literally hit the jackpot. A winning ticket for Saturday night’s Hot Lotto drawing came from somewhere in Anoka County.
A driver given a ticket for failing to remain in a traffic lane due to potholes will not receive a ticket after all, the Rosemount Police announced Wednesday. Police say on May 3, the driver was ticketed and expressed concern to the department about the citation being issued, due to the potholes.
Haven’t finished your holiday shopping? Perhaps you should buy your relatives a lottery ticket. No one had the winning ticket, matching all six numbers, for Friday’s Mega Millions jackpot drawing so the total continues to grow.
The No Shoes Nation Tour at Target Field opens the gates at 4 p.m. and the music starts at 5 p.m. BUZ’N 102.9’s Paul Koffy knows this is the hottest ticket in town – that and giving away front-row seats is fun, too.
In Hennepin County alone, people paid nearly $60 million in court fees last year — mostly from people who got caught doing something wrong on the road. Karl Kohn of West St. Paul contributed to that pot with two speeding tickets of his own. Each set him back $145. So, he wondered: “When you get a ticket where does the money from your fine go?”
A single ticket sold in New Jersey matched all six numbers in Saturday night’s drawing for the $338.3 million Powerball jackpot, lottery officials said. It was the 13th drawing held in the days since a Virginia man won a $217 million jackpot Feb. 6.
A Ham Lake woman bought a Minnesota Millionaire Raffle ticket around Thanksgiving and last week found out she really has something to be thankful for: That ticket was a $1 million winner!
WCCO-TV’s investigation into an airline’s pricing problems has the attention of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The Minnesota legislature is wading into a national debate that many concert goers are already having: Should you be allowed to sell your Bruce Springsteen tickets for a profit?
A man who was heard yelling obscenities at his cat was cited by police in Chaska, Minn.
A retired veteran from Wells has claimed a winning lottery ticket worth nearly $1.3 million.
Minnesota has some new millionaires. The Minnesota Lottery presented a very big check today to Don and Sandy Conrad from Grand Rapids.
The Minnesota Twins announced Monday that single-game tickets will go on sale Feb. 25.
A Minnesota woman who repeatedly failed to appear in a Michigan court for littering at a national park has agreed to pay $325 to close the case.