Meet the latest winners from your favorite lottery games. Remember, it only takes one ticket to win!

Missouri Powerball Winner John Poole

John Poole / $50,000

Septiembre 5, 2018

In the “spur of the moment,” John Poole happened to look at the jackpot sign while checking out at Casey’s General Store, 728 W. Highway 60 in Monett, on Aug. 14. He noticed the Powerball jackpot had been hit and was reset to $40 million for the next night’s drawing.

“I’m not a consistent player. And I thought, ‘I could use $40 million,’” laughed the Monett resident. “I bought a cold drink, or something like that, and three Powerball tickets. I never win anything.”

MD Powerball Winner Richard Rinaudot

Richard Rinaudot / $50,000

Septiembre 5, 2018

Baltimore – A Maryland man who retired to Florida 15 years ago returned to the Old Line State to visit his children and grandchildren in Ocean City and win a $50,000 Powerball prize! Richard Rinaudot missed the jackpot by one number in the Aug. 18 drawing.

TN Lottery Winners, the Coffmans, and Lottery CEO Rebecca Hargrove

Donald Coffman / $2,000,000

Agosto 21, 2018

NASHVILLE — A Millington man who won $2 million playing Powerball last weekend said his father told him to play.

“He told me to play and dream big,” said Donald Coffman, who claimed the mega-prize on Monday at the Tennessee Lottery’s Nashville headquarters with his wife, Joanna. “So I did!”

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Linda Keyanchuk / $100,400

Agosto 17, 2018

LANSING, Mich. - A lucky mistake led to a Westland woman winning a $100,400 Powerball prize.

Linda Keyanchuk, 64, matched the four white balls and the Powerball twice - 10-21-30-43-63 PB: 17 - in the Aug. 8 drawing to win two $50,000 prizes. She also matched three numbers and the Powerball four times to win an additional $400. She bought her ticket online at

NCEL Powerball Winner Richard Silverthorne

Richard Silverthorne / $100,000

Agosto 16, 2018

RALEIGH – Richard Silverthorne woke up Thursday morning, turned on the news on WITN, and as he watched a report on the winning Powerball numbers discovered he was a $100,000 winner.

New York Lottery Winner Nandlall Mangal

Nandlall Mangal / $245.6 Million

Agosto 11, 2018

(Sept. 27, 2018) - Forty-two-year-old Nandlall Mangal, from Staten Island, has come forward to claim the $245.6 million sole jackpot-winning ticket from the August 11, 2018 Powerball drawing.

Mangal, said he purchases his Lottery tickets when the jackpots reach $100 million.  “I was grocery shopping and knew the Powerball jackpot was big,” he explained.  “I decided that was a good time to buy my tickets.”

PA Lottery Winner Jim R.

Jim R. / $50,004

Julio 31, 2018

Jim R. stopped at Sheetz in Brookville to get ice cream for his grandkids. While waiting in line, he decided to play Powerball for the June 16, 2018, drawing. He picked his own numbers at random using a touch-screen self-service terminal.

The next morning, he retrieved the tickets from his truck and checked the winning numbers online over a cup of coffee.

PA Lottery Winner Vincent F.

Vincent F. / $1,000,000

Julio 31, 2018

Vincent F. had never played Powerball® but managed to win $1 million on his first try!

He purchased his ticket at Stop & Shop in Pittsburgh. It matched all five white balls drawn in the July 28 Powerball drawing.

“When I returned to the store, the clerk said they had sold a $1 million winner,” Vincent said. “That’s when I scanned my ticket and realized I was the big winner -- I was elated!”

PA Lottery Winner Sean B.

Sean B. / $50,000

Julio 31, 2018

Sean B., who enjoys chasing big jackpots playing Powerball® and Mega Millions®, wasn’t exactly sure how to inform his wife that his Powerball ticket was a winner.

He opted to have a little fun while breaking the big news.

“I called my wife and told her I have good news, and I have bad news,” he said. “The bad news is that we didn’t win the Powerball jackpot. The good news is that we DID win $50,000!”

Missouri Lottery Winners Paul and Briann Winters

Paul Winters / $50,000

Julio 26, 2018

MISSOURI - A man’s 18-year-old fortune cookie has finally proven itself lucky. Paul Winters of Lee’s Summit says he uses the “lucky numbers” on the back of a fortune cookie he received 18 years ago when purchasing his weekly Missouri Lottery Powerball ticket.

“I had to make an adjustment to my numbers when the Powerball game changed a few years ago,” laughed Winters, saying that his numbers have otherwise stayed the same for the past 18 years.