Anthony Pura was able to talk to the Dawsons on the phone from a Frisco City store.
When Channel 3 reporter Anthony Pura started looking for $80 million Powerball winners Alice and Wayne Dawson, he found it surprisingly easy to contact them.
They have the same face and background, but are different checks. So which one is the genuine check-holder?
I was redirected to a spammy website just now. Normally I would just click away, but something caught my attention. The photo looked very familiar. So I did a "Search image on Google" and guess what I found?
New employee Jennifer Maldonado (arrowed) never thought this would happen to her.
Jennifer Maldonado had worked only two weeks at the Florida real estate agency when she got the surprise of her life.
Richard Noll and his wife Lisa with the check at the Massachusetts Lottery Braintree headquarters presentation.
When Massachusetts man Richard Noll wanted to change a $100 bill to buy lunch, he had no idea what was going to happen next.
Neysa Thomas of the Kansas Lottery places a check for $218 million on a silhouette for an anonymous winner.
There are 6 American states which allow winners to remain anonymous: Delaware, Kansas, Maryland, North Dakota, Ohio and South Carolina.
Everywhere else jackpot winners have to identify themselves. But in China it's a different story -
The Orsos Island is a $6.5 million man-made floating 'island' and might just be the next big thing for the super rich lottery winner.
A 'Victims of Crime Awareness Week' led to a 91-year-old getting her money back.
An unnamed California woman was tricked into sending her life savings to a lottery scam. She was led to believe she had won $7.5 million and needed to wire money to a Vancouver bank in order to collect her prize.
The car is seen crashing into the store, leaving a trail of destruction until it was stopped by an unusual object.
You've heard of drive-through. Now there's crash-through. A woman accidentally stepped on the accelerator instead of the brake when trying to visit Don's Food Market in Emmaus and entered the store around 9am.
QuickPick tickets like this $158 million winning ticket held by Illinois Lottery Supt. Michael Jones can win, but they also have a big flaw you should know about.
If you're at the lottery store and forgotten to bring your Profiles, and there's not enough time to go back home, forget it. Don't fall into the trap of buying QuickPick tickets.
This modest gas station sells the most winning Illinois Lottery tickets in Chicago. Owner George Thomas, inset.
Should you buy your tickets from this popular winning store in Chicago? What gives it the edge over any others in the city?
FreeLotto has found a way to make advertisers and players happy.
In the wonderful world of the modern internet, there's plenty of opportunities to get free stuff. And for some years you've been able to play a lotto game to win cars, money and pay your mortgage off - all for free.
Wizards forward Chris Singleton bought $10,000 of Mega Millions tickets in 2012. PHOTO: CNS
Professional athletes and lottery winners have one thing in common. And it's so similar that wealth advisors can predict with certainty how both will live their lives financially.
And while it often won't end well, that doesn't have to be the case.