Meet an A+ Scholarship student in our Making a Difference video series. Brieanna Kroeger is a student at Missouri S&T in Rolla. She used the A+ Scholarship to get a tuition-free start on her college education.
Meet some of the students who have used an A+ Scholarship to go to college. Missouri Lottery proceeds help fund the A+ Scholarship Program. We'll roll out more detailed introductions in the weeks to come.
The Missouri Lottery has a new commercial reminding you that Scratchers make great gifts. Consider giving Missouri Lottery Scratchers as gifts to friends, family and co-workers this holiday season. Not intended for children under 18 years old.
You've probably seen our new $5 game, "Kansas City Chiefs." You can win up to $75,000 instantly, or one of 10 2014 season ticket packages. A Kansas City artist, whose work features a lot of football themes, was chosen for the ticket art. Producer Frank Finley caught up with artist Chris Sembower recently and filed this report.
Another 10 players won $100 yesterday just for learning about the new 1-Off play option soon to be available in Pick 3 and Pick 4. The following video gives a little more detail about the game feature, which officially begins June 16.
The Missouri Lottery has a new mobile selling unit. You've seen our large trailer at the state fair and other events. Now, we have a smaller, more agile selling vehicle that can roll up to events just about anywhere. Producer Frank Finley introduces the new mobile unit in the following video. Look for us at concerts, sporting events and fairs all summer long.
You've probably heard that Missouri Lottery proceeds benefit public education, but you've probably not dug into the information available on MOLottery.com about where specifically that money travels. Some of it has been used to fund building construction at state colleges and universities. The following video shows some of the awesome works created by your Lottery dollars.
There was a press conference last week to introduce the latest Missouri Lottery Lotto winners. Jim and Patty Grafrath claimed the winning ticket from the $2.3 million Lotto drawing on Jan. 2. Producer Frank Finley caught up with them at the Infield Sports Bar & Grill in Marthasville where Jim bought the winning ticket and filed this report.
Just a little more than two weeks ago, there was a Missouri winner following a record Powerball jackpot run. The Hill family of Dearborn was one of two lucky winners of the record Powerball jackpot on Nov. 28. The other winner was from Arizona.
The Hills found out right away, and a press conference was held the following day. Producer Frank Finley walks us through the press conference where the Hills were announced as the largest Powerball jackpot winner in Missouri Lottery history.