Winning SuperLotto Plus ticket sold in Palmdale remains unclaimed
Sold at Michael's Market & Liquor
PALMDALE, Calif.—A $23-million-dollar winning SuperLotto Plus sold in Palmdale remained unclaimed today, almost a month after it matched the jackpot numbers.
The winning ticket was sold May 30 at Michael's Market & Liquor in the 37000 block of 47th Street East.
The winning numbers were 14, 7, 26, 31, 23 and the Mega number 5.
Jackpot winners have 180 days from the date of the draw to claim the prize.
The estimated cash option amount for the ticket is $16.9 million.
PALMDALE, Calif.—One ticket with all six numbers in last tonight's SuperLotto Plus drawing was sold at Michael's Market & Liquor in Palmdale and is worth $23 million.
Tickets with five numbers, but missing the Mega number, were sold at Ben's Studio City Shell and a 7-Eleven in Rialto and are each worth $28,624, a California Lottery official announced.
California law requires major payoffs of lottery games to be paid on a pari-mutuel basis.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—Con artists are targeting Spanish speakers in the San Fernando Valley in a lottery scam, police said today.
The scam starts with a pair of suspects approaching a lone victim saying they have a winning lottery ticket but can't claim the money because they are illegal immigrants, said Officer Gregory Baek of the Los Angeles Police Department.
Keller Williams Realty, in conjunction with Palmdale and the Antelope Valley Mall, announced the results of their recent Red Day events.
Between their food drive and Red Day Walk, the groups raised $12,645 in cash and more than 10,000 pounds of food for local charities including South Antelope Valley Emergency Services (SAVES), Grace Resources, the WAVE Foundation and the American Cancer Society.
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. — Peter Sagan of Slovakia sprinted past Australian Michael Matthews to win today’s third stage of the Tour of California, the nation’s largest cycling event.
Sagan completed the 110.3-mile stage from Palmdale to Santa Clarita in four hours, 20 minutes, 31 seconds. Each of the next 99 cyclists were credited with the same time.
“The last three kilometers were crazy with all the sprinters who wanted to win,” Sagan said.
PALMDALE, Calif. — The eighth edition of the Tour of California begins two days of racing in Los Angeles County today with a 110.3-mile stage from Palmdale to Santa Clarita.
The 121 cyclists will leave from Marie Kerr Park at 11:20 a.m. for a stage that will feature racing through the hills north of Santa Clarita along San Francisquito Canyon and a 22-mile climb up Lake Hughes Road, followed by a gradual 18-mile descent down Spunky Canyon and Bouquet Road.