|Game||Draw Date||Results||Next Drawing Date|
|Powerball||07/30/2014||13-30-42-49-53, Powerball: 29, Power Play: 3||08/02/2014|
|MEGA Millions||08/01/2014||13-29-34-37-72, Mega Ball: 06||08/05/2014|
|Decades of Dollars||07/31/2014||03-04-09-12-13-17||08/04/2014|
|Cash Ball||08/01/2014||11-16-25-33, Cash Ball: 01||08/02/2014|
|Cash Ball Kicker||08/01/2014||2-5-4-1-0||08/02/2014|
|5 Card Cash||08/01/2014||KS-AS-4C-4H-2S||08/02/2014|
|Pick 4 Midday||08/01/2014||8-5-0-6||08/02/2014|
|Pick 3 Midday||08/01/2014||1-6-0||08/02/2014|
|Pick 4 Evening||08/01/2014||2-3-0-9||08/02/2014|
|Pick 3 Evening||08/01/2014||8-4-0||08/02/2014|
The Kentucky lottery provides instant win and other lottery games and activities for those who enjoy the thrill of a bit of gambling. Perhaps more importantly to some, however, the Kentucky lottery also provides funding for important state programs. To learn a bit more Kentucky lottery information before you pick up your next ticket, read on.
The history of the Kentucky Lottery begins in 1988. In July of 1988, the governor of Kentucky appointed the Kentucky Lottery Commission. This commission was responsible for outlining the details of the Kentucky State Lottery. On November 5, with more that 6% of the vote, the people of Kentucky approved the initiation of a state lottery.
December 16th of that same year, the governor of Kentucky signed the legislation that would allow the Kentucky Lottery to start. In 1989, the first seven members to sit on the board of the Kentucky Lottery were appointed and the regional offices were chosen to be located in Louisville.
In March, the first tickets for the first two Kentucky Lottery games went on sale and more than $27 million was earned off the sale of these tickets in the first week. Over the years, the Kentucky Lottery has just continued to grow. The Kentucky Lottery, as of 2010, offers seven pick games, more than 50 scratch off games, and over 30 pull tab games.
Generally proceeds from state lotteries go to benefit the state in some way through state run programs. Things are no different in the state of Kentucky. Kentucky Lottery proceeds are mostly given to educational programs throughout the state.
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, Kentucky State laws and Kentucky 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.
As with most states that have state lottery games, the list of winners over the years is long. Some have won more money than others, but all have walked away with nice cash rewards for their playing efforts. Probably the most famous lottery winner in Kentucky is David Edwards. Edwards of Ashland, Kentucky won a Powerball jackpot worth $41 million. At the time of his winning, Edwards was unemployed. When he initially won his millions, Edwards had planned to be responsible with his money. He planned on hiring an investor to help him invest his money to make more money for his future generations. However, Edwards was much less than responsible then he said he intended be. Six years later, Edwards says that winning the lottery is a curse and not a blessing. In this time, he had squandered his millions and has nothing left to show for his good fate.
Like most state lotteries, the Kentucky Lottery has certain games that have scheduled drawings for numbers. Winning numbers for the Kentucky lottery can be found at Superpages.com. More Kentucky lottery information may also be found at the Kentucky State Lottery website.