The 38-year-old lottery player lives in Wayne County. He matched the numbers, 03-04-09-19-39, in the Oct. 28 drawing.
Sometimes, quirky superstitions can pay off in a big way, like they did for one Orange County resident.
A four-person lottery team in Michigan has finally taken home a cash prize after playing together for more than a decade.
One day after a Livingston County man was married, he bought his bride a scratch-off ticket for $10. It turned out to be a massive winner.
What's better, getting married or winning the lottery? One 57-year-old won't need to decide after a lucky couple of days in northern Michigan.
A Michigan lottery club took home a big prize last month when the Macomb County-based club matched the five white balls in a Powerball drawing.
"Why not?" Shayla Kauflin thought as she spied the Lucky For Life ticket online and decided to test her odds. It was worth the gamble.
Charles Wolthuis, a 78-year-old Michigan resident, won $1 million in the October 2 Powerball drawing by matching five white balls. However, when he excitedly informed his wife of their win in the early morning, she mistook it for a dream.
She originally thought her winnings came out to $250,000. But the employee with the Michigan Lottery had much better news.
An Oakland County woman said she thought “why not?" before buying a $500,000 winning Michigan Lottery Ghostbusters scratch-off ticket in Pontiac.
A Detroit woman said she couldn't believe what she was seeing when she scratched off a Michigan Lottery ticket and won $2 million.
The winning ticket for the second-largest lottery jackpot in American history was purchased in California.
The $1.73 billion lottery prize would be the second largest ever, topped only by the $2.04 billion Powerball won by a player in California last year.
The lottery ticket was purchased over the weekend. However, the Powerball jackpot still hasn't been won. It's risen to $1.55 billion, the fourth-largest in U.S. history.
Feeling lucky? America awaits the grand prize lottery winner for Powerball's $1.2 billion jackpot drawing.
A Macomb County woman said it wasn't clicking in her head that she won $2 million on a Michigan Lottery scratch-off ticket when she saw the prize.
There have been 32 straight drawings without a jackpot winner.
The prize is the world’s ninth-largest lottery prize behind earlier drawings of Powerball and Mega Millions, the other nearly nationwide lottery game.
The Powerball has once again reached the 1 billion mark with an estimated $1.04 billion jackpot.
A group of 15 medical workers from UPMC, known as the "Million Dollar Medicals," struck it rich by winning $1 million in the August Mega Millions drawing.