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|Powerball||07/30/2014||13-30-42-49-53, Powerball: 29, Power Play: 3||08/02/2014|
|MEGA Millions||07/29/2014||02-08-16-43-74, Mega Ball: 01||08/01/2014|
|Hot Lotto||07/30/2014||08-23-32-39-46, Hot Ball: 15||08/02/2014|
|Super Cash||07/30/2014||15-26-28-29-31, Cash Ball: 20||08/02/2014|
|2 By 2||07/30/2014||22-23-02-26||07/31/2014|
The Kansas lottery, like most gambling games, can provide a little fun and excitement to the people who play it. The Kansas lottery also has an interesting history and the proceeds from the lottery are used to fund important public services. If you're an avid fan of the Kansas lottery or just a curious player, read on for more Kansas Lottery Information.
The Kansas Lottery began in 1986. The people of Kansas were solely responsible for the initiation of the program, which was decided on by the voters. An overwhelming 64% of them agreed to adopt the state lottery. After the program was approved, kick off sales for the Kansas Lottery began on November 12, 1987. The kick off sales were done in 21 cities across the state of Kansas, with $7 million in sales in the first week.
In addition to this sales success, before even selling their first tickets for their first scratch off game, the state of Kansas, along with Oregon, Rhode Island, Missouri, Iowa, West Virginia, and Washington D.C. joined in a Multi-State Association to offer a game called Lotto America. In February of 1988, the first tickets for the Lotto America game went on sale in the state of Kansas, followed in June by tickets for a new game called Cash Lotto.
By June of 1988, start-up costs of $2.8 million were able to be repaid. Two years later, the Kansas Lottery introduced their KENO lottery game with drawings done weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays. In January of 1992, the Pick 3 daily game was introduced, followed closely by the introduction of the Powerball. The national Powerball game replaced the Lotto America game in the state of Kansas. In October of 1992, the Kansas Lottery introduced a new game called Club Keno. Further games were subsequently introduced to provide even more fun and enjoyment for players of the Kansas lottery.
The proceeds from the Kansas Lottery are distributed among a number of different programs that benefit the state of Kansas in different ways.
Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the winning number information on this web page, mistakes can occur. In the event of any discrepancies, Kansas State laws and Kansas Lottery regulations will prevail. Lottery data is provided for entertainment and informational purposes only. SuperMedia does not condone or encourage the practice of gambling by providing this information. If you or someone you love have a gambling problem, learn more through Gamblers Anonymous.
Like all state lotteries, the Kansas Lottery has seen its share of winners over the years. Some of these winners have won small cash prizes, while others have won large cash prizes. Well known winners in the state of Kansas include Wichita residents Mildred and Michael Williams.
Visiting a post office, Mildred found a wallet on the ground and turned it into the post office employees. The employee told her she would be blessed for doing such a good deed for someone, since many people would have taken the wallet and not turned it in. The next stop after the post office was a local convenience store where the couple purchased multiple scratch off tickets for multiple Kansas Lottery games. Mildred was in charge of scratching the tickets.
On a $2 Triple Play scratch ticket she could not believe what she was seeing when she scratched it off and ended up winning the highest prize possible- $10,000. With their $10,000, the couple, who have three adult children and seven grandchildren, plan to spend their money to purchase a new computer and launch a Website for Mildred’s business.