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Wednesday 20th July
The third and final winners of Powerball’s record $1.58 billion jackpot have come forward to collect their prize. Marvin and Mae Acosta of California bought their winning ticket in Chino Hills and successfully matched all five main numbers and the Powerball on January 13th of this year, but deliberately delayed claiming their record-breaking reward while they sought financial advice.
Wednesday 13th July
Massachusetts State Lottery officials have admitted that online lottery sales are the future as they bid to attract younger players, and lawmakers are set to consider the option following a period of financial difficulty. While Massachusetts’ lottery is regarded as one of the most successful in the country, with around $1 billion a year generated to support local services, state treasurer Deb Goldberg has warned there will be a decline in sales over the coming years unless technology is embraced.