A Lincoln woman bought a $20 scratch-off at a Casey’s General Store and won $200,000.
An Omaha man has been working two full-time jobs. Now that he’s won a $50,000 prize in the Nebraska Lottery’s Pick 5 game, he’s hoping to quit one of them.
Robin Spark went out and bought several of the $2 tickets in the Nebraska Lottery's Truck$ & Buck$ scratch-off ticket game and came up with a winner, beating odds of 1 in 300,000.
Stephanie Schwaderer of Alliance at first thought her winning lottery numbers were "some sick cosmic joke.”
Nebraska lawmakers blocked an amendment that would have allowed teachers and other school staff to deal physically with violent and disruptive students.
Fifteen years ago today, the eight winners of what was then the nation's largest lottery jackpot stepped forward to raucous applause at a press conference in Lincoln.
Steve Haley of Sioux City, Iowa, screwed up, big time. And won $150,000 because of it.
Here's why lucky numbers could be hurting your (already slim) lotto chances.
Nebraska is at the very beginning of its casino oversight. The state's best bet? Take it slowly and carefully.
The giant $1.05 billion Mega Millions jackpot that's been building since September will go to someone in Michigan — but Nebraskans still need to check their tickets.
One winning ticket was sold in Michigan for the $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot, making it the third-largest lottery prize in U.S. history.
You have roughly a one in 24 chance of winning something. As for the big jackpot — those odds are not so great.
The Mega Millions jackpot -- drawing Friday night -- is no longer in the millions.
A Purdum man will use some of his proceeds for his village's fire department; an Omaha winner plans a donation to a homeless shelter.
A Weston woman won $138,000 in her second lottery jackpot in six months. Despite the odds, Nebraska Lottery official says double winners aren't as rare as you would think.
If you ever win the lottery, you will need to set up a plan quickly to stay sane and rich. Buzz60’s Johana Restrepo has more.
Somebody in Nebraska is getting a $138,000 Christmas present, and it's not coming from St. Nick.