If you’ve ever won any money in the Pennsylvania Lottery, you already know that those winnings are not subject to Pennsylvania’s 3.07 percent income tax.
California and Minnesota already have it in place. A Texas inventor started talking about the idea ten years ago. Now, the Lottery Commission in Pennsylvania is looking at selling tickets in a very popular place.
The moment has finally arrived for all those Powerball hopefuls.
Officials say the Powerball jackpot has risen to an estimated $500 million, which would make it the fifth largest lottery prize in U.S. history.
The Pennsylvania Lottery is launching a new lineup of daily drawings that includes new names for some longstanding games.
The couple who bought a winning Mega Millions lottery ticket has finally come forward.
A western Pennsylvania police officer who made headlines when he won a $1 million Powerball drawing last month has been removed from the schedule because he’s named in a criminal complaint charging his wife with working as a scheduler for a prostitution business.
A part-time Rankin Police officer, who bought a lottery ticket in our area, is now a millionaire.
Someone in the area is a million dollars richer.
Two of the four top-prize winning tickets in the Millionaire Raffle were sold here in our area.
Gov. Tom Corbett is ending his pursuit of the operator of the British national lottery to run the Pennsylvania Lottery in a privatization deal promising $34 billion in profits over the next 20 years.
You buy a lottery scratch-off ticket and dream of winning. Shaun Heckmann won $1,000 more than a year ago; but then this week, he received a call.
It’s that time of year again for the Pennsylvania Lottery Millionaire Raffle!
Did you get your Powerball tickets yet?
Although the state Attorney General Kathleen Kane says Governor Corbett’s plan to privatize the Pennsylvania Lottery is illegal, Corbett just extended the time to cut a deal with the British company Camelot until the end of the year.