There's another lucky lottery winner in North Carolina.
Charles Benjamin of New Bern caught some catfish, and reeled in $150,000 Saturday.
A General Assembly committee has rejected legislation proposing the North Carolina Education Lottery keep hidden from the public the names of winners of significant prizes.
The good luck continues for lottery customers in Brunswick County after another big winning ticket was sold there.
Brunswick County continues its lottery luck winning streak.
Wilmington residents Joseph Cobbs III, a furniture deliveryman, and his fiancé Kendra Batts, a certified nursing assistant, are in a state of disbelief after learning they won more than $640,000 on the Carolina Cash 5 drawing.
Where else but the town of Horse Shoe would a person get lucky twice in the N.C. Education Lottery?
Self-employed painter Ivan Gilbert is a two-time winner. He won $1 million this week in the $120 Million Cash scratch off game. In May 2012, Gilbert won $100,000 in the Super Lucky 7s game.
A Leland man is charged with breaking into the front door of a convenient store and stealing thousands in lottery tickets from inside.
A Wilmington woman is a lot richer after buying her first lottery ticket ever. Sunday morning, Cindy Reeves bought a $20 scratch-off ticket at the Shop-N-Go on Market Street.
A Wilmington man has nearly a quarter-million extra dollars in his pocket to do some Christmas shopping after his lottery dream came true over the weekend.
The North Carolina Education Lottery is hoping lady luck is on their side as they unveil a new subscription program for Powerball, Mega Millions and Carolina Cash 5.