Someone in Baltimore is walking around with a Mega Millions ticket worth $1 million, but two weeks after it was purchased no one knows who it is.
You may know someone who’s suddenly become a millionaire, and it’s the talk of the town in Essex.
Baltimore City’s red light and speed cameras remain shuttered as debate continues over a controversial audit. Now a city councilman is asking for subpoena power.
One lucky Marylander starts the new year $1 million richer.
Two winning ticket holders on opposite sides of the country will split a whopping $648 million jackpot, the second largest in lottery history.
Now might be a good time to buy your Mega Millions ticket.
The nation is watching and waiting for a winner in the fourth largest lottery in U.S. history. Powerball numbers have been drawn, and the jackpot prize has jumped to $448 million.
If you bought a Powerball ticket at a Westminster High’s location, you could be a millionaire!
Two $1 million second-tier winning tickets from Thursday night’s Powerball drawing were sold in Maryland.
It’s a scramble for lottery tickets, as the Powerball jackpot reaches a record high. Six-hundred million dollars are up for grabs, and that number could get even higher before Saturday night’s drawing.
Saturday night’s Powerball Jackpot has swelled to $550 million.
Maryland lawmakers have strengthened distracted driving laws.