I just got a feeling about this one. Powerball in California: And sales are continuing to climb, Lopez said.
But that was nothing. Continue Reading.Long Powerball Lines Seen At Bluebird Liquors In Hawthorne -- Naturally
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A Costa Mesa woman dreams of a 100-acre horse ranch in Montana. It's hosting the week-long block party of the century: It looks like any neighborhood liquor store, but Lotto devotees will drive here from as far away as Whittier and Pasadena, insisting something about the place reeks of good luck.
And as long as they're being unreasonable, these thousands of lottery hopefuls are all figuring they should probably go to the same liquor store to buy their tickets... Californians no longer had to worry about crossing state lines for their 1-in-175-million shot at a Powerball win.
When America got Powerball fever last November, Californians felt left out. Hawthorne resident Vianca Zaragoza bought tickets Wednesday with family members and was back purchasing 65 for a 10-person office pool at a local clothing company.
She had already been waiting two hours.
Lotto Winners Share Dream--and the Wealth. Some, such as Zulodius Morgan, waited in line for three hours to purchase tickets at the store, which has a reputation for being lucky for lottery players.
The 31 regulars at a Red Bluff bowling alley who shared a winning ticket in the nation's richest lottery prize went to bed dreaming about their millions after a raucous party at the Lariat Bowl.
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Simone Wilson March 30, 2012 9: