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Governor Eric Holcomb continues to ease some restrictions while tightening others in the response to COVID-19. An executive order signed Tuesday will allow for electronic notary services, so documents can be reviewed and approved remotely. It also extends the deadline for Hoosier Lottery winners to claim the prizes and gives additional flexibility for scheduling horse races.

$25.5 Million Hoosier Lottery Ticket Sold in Valparaiso

If you bought a lottery ticket in Valparaiso recently, you may be several million dollars richer. A Hoosier Lottery ticket worth $25.5 million was sold at the BP gas station at 1501 North Calumet Avenue.

Powerball Jackpot up to $535 Million

Tonight’s Powerball jackpot is worth an estimated $535 million. Tickets are on sale until 9:58 p.m. EDT, ahead of tonight’s drawing.

Hoosier Lottery Encourages Responsible Play

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month, and the Hoosier Lottery encourages players to be responsible in their wagering. Continue reading →

Winning Powerball Ticket Sold in Indiana

If you bought a ticket for last night’s Powerball drawing, you might be rich. The lone winning ticket in the multi-state lottery was sold in Indiana. Continue reading →

Hoosier Lottery Giving Away Free Tickets at State Fair

Don’t Miss Hoosier Lottery Day at the Indiana State Fair. It’s historically the biggest day at the fair in terms of attendance. Today from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. fairgoers ages 18 and older are invited to visit Lotto Town under the Hoosier Lottery grandstand to receive a free $1 Summer Fun scratch-off ticket. Continue reading →

Hoosier Lottery Jackpot Hits $12.3 Million

Tonight’s Hoosier Lottery Jackpot is worth a whopping $12.3 million. It’s been steadily growing since Oct. 2, 2014 when it was last hit. Tickets cost $1 per play. Hoosier Lotto players have a chance to win other prizes as well. Matching two of six numbers is good for a free Hoosier Lotto ticket, and matching three of six pays $3. Prizes for matching four or five of the six numbers are based on sales. Continue reading →

PowerBall Jackpot Hits $380 million

Don’t miss your chance at $380 million. That’s the jackpot for tonight’s PowerBall drawing. Tickets are available from Hoosier Lottery retailers until 9:58 p.m. EST. Hoosiers are historically lucky when it comes to the multi-state game. Of the 44 jurisdictions that sell Powerball tickets, Indiana has sold more winners than any other with 38. Other non-jackpot prizes of up to $2 million are also available.

Mega Millions Jackpot Hits $125 Million for Tonight’s Drawing

Tonight’s Mega Millions jackpot is worth a whopping $125 million, which is the largest in six weeks. Tickets for the multi-state jackpot are $1 each and are available at more than 4,000 Hoosier Lottery retailers nationwide. Continue reading →

Hoosier Lottery Adds Sunday Drawings

The Hoosier Lottery is adding three new drawings. Starting tomorrow, midday drawings will take place each Sunday for the Daily 3, Daily 4 and Quick Draw games. Currently, midday drawings for all three games are conducted Monday through Saturday. The Sunday drawing schedule will match the existing schedule for Monday through Saturday drawings. The cut-off for ticket purchase will be 1:10 p.m. Eastern and the drawing will occur at or about 1:20 p.m. Continue reading →

Bremen Convenience Store Sells Winning Powerball Ticket

If you picked up a Powerball ticket for Wednesday night’s drawing at a Marshall County convenience store, you may be a millionaire. Hoosier Lottery officials say a ticket worth $1 million was purchased at the Speedway on West Plymouth Street in Bremen. It matches the first five numbers, but not the Powerball. Those numbers are: 1, 5, 10, 15, 49, and the Powerball is 22.

Hoosier Lottery’s “Lucky Dog” Scratch-off Campaign Benefits Animal Shelters

The Hoosier Lottery is taking up a noble cause with their new モLucky Dogヤ scratch-off tickets. Hoosier Lottery officials have announced they will be visiting local shelters and retailers around the state, hosting wheel-spin promotions and encouraging the adoption of animals.

At local shelters, donation boxes will be placed allowing visitors to donate unscratched or scratched winning Lucky Dog tickets, or any other Hoosier Lottery scratch-off ticket, as a way to help the shelter raise funds. In addition, anyone who adopts a pet from a participating shelter will receive a scratch-off ticket while supplies last.

Powerball Jackpot up to $400 Million

What would you do with $400 million?

You could win that amount if you purchase the winning Powerball jackpot ticket. No one has won the jackpot since Aug. 8 and it has quickly grown to $400 million.

Powerball Jackpot Hits $300 Million

The Powerball jackpot is estimated at $300 million and Hoosiers are heading to retailers to pick up some tickets in the hope of being set for life with a few winning numbers. Next week, the Hoosier Lottery is offering a new chance to win for people who buy two or more Powerball plays on a single ticket, as they will receive a free Quick Draw play with the chance to win up to $300,000 in the nightly draw.

Powerball Swells to $475 Million

Do you feel like you’re going to win today? If so, you don’t have to worry about going to your local store to buy tickets. A New Lottery Website is now available that offers big money when you win the jackpot.

The Powerball jackpot has swelled to $475 million, begging the question: “What would you do with the money?”

A Fort Wayne man came close to winning the jackpot but didn’t match the Powerball number in the May 11 drawing. Robert Kincaid was one of 16 players across the nation to match the first five numbers and won a cool $1 million, and now people are heading to convenience stores to purchase tickets in the hopes of catching that massive jackpot.

Hoosier Lottery Launches New Campaign

A new advertising campaign by the Hoosier Lottery is beginning this week.

The new campaign, known as “Imagine That,” invited Indiana residents to share their dreams if they won the Hoosier Lottery. The Hoosier Lottery hosted five casting calls in four cities across the state and also accepted dreams through its YouTube channel. Hundreds of “dreams” were submitted, but only 50 made the cut and they will be featured in various advertising formats including TV, radio, print and outdoor media.

Along with the new campaign, the Hoosier Lottery is incorporating functional enhancements into the home page of its website to make it more user-friends.

Local store sells winning lottery ticket

If you bought a Cash 5 ticket for Wednesday’s drawing at JK Deli on U.S. 35 at the Starke-Pulaski County line, you may want to check your numbers. Hoosier Lottery officials say a ticket sold there is worth $!62,000. The winning numbers were 9-15-21-27-34. The winner has yet to come forward. If you’ve won, be sure to sign the back of the ticket and contact the Hoosier Lottery for instructions on how to redeem your prize. That ticket will have to be redeemed at either a regional lottery office or at the headquarters in Indianapolis due to the jackpot amount. Visit www.hoosierlottery.com for more information.

Powerball Jackpot at $425 Million – Good Luck!

Wednesday’s estimated Powerball jackpot is $425 million – the largest jackpot ever in the game.

Only one other time in lottery history has the jackpot crossed over the $400 million mark and that happened with the Mega Millions jackpot went all the way to $656 million.

In Indiana, 56,513 Powerball tickets for Saturday night’s drawing were prize winners. You have until 9:58 p.m. ET to buy your chance at a shot at the jackpot!

Hoosier Lottery to Seek Private-Sector Vendor

Four years after Governor Mitch Daniels tried to privatize the Hoosier Lottery, the agency is seeking proposals from private-sector firms. The Indiana State Lottery Commission announced yesterday that they are seeking proposals from private firms in hopes of improving the agency’s net income.

Hoosier Lottery Spokesman Al Larson says this is not privatization. He says the Hoosier Lottery is still a state agency and will continue to be owned and directed by the state – they are simply seeking a potential vendor that believes they can help improve performance with operational expertise. He adds the Hoosier Lottery already has vendor relationships in place and that this is nothing new to the Hoosier Lottery or the lottery industry in general.

Muncie Woman Looks Forward to Being Debt-Free After Winning Scratch-Off

A Muncie woman plans to pay off her student loans after turning $3 into $50,000, thanks to a Hoosier Lottery Scratch-off. Jennifer Reichert claimed her $50,000 prize at Hoosier Lottery Headquarters in Indianapolis on April 30.

The mother of three says being debt-free will be wonderful, having won the Wild Cherry Crossword Tripler Scratch-off, which she says is her favorite game.

Reichert purchased her winning ticket at P and J Food Mart in Muncie.

Since its inception in 1989, the Hoosier Lottery has produced $4 billion in net income for the citizens of Indiana, nearly $1 billion in commissions and bonuses for participating Indiana retailers, and has paid out $8.5 billion in player prizes.

The Hoosier Lotto jackpot is up to $1 million, and the Powerball’s estimated jackpot is up to $60 million. The Hoosier Lottery reminds players to always play responsibly and always sign the back of their tickets.

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