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Mega Millions, Powerball jackpots offer half a billion dollars in prizes this weekend

The Mega Millions and Powerball games offer North Carolinians two chances at life-changing prizes this weekend with jackpots together topping more than half a billion dollars.

Onslow County man bags $250,000 lottery prize

James Bryan of Jacksonville watched his $5 scratch-off ticket reveal a $250,000 top prize.

Pender County man bags $200,000 lottery prize

Eric McVey of Hampstead tried his luck on a CA$H PLU$ ticket and won a $200,000 top prize.

New Hanover man to share $128,866 Fast Play jackpot with family

Kirk purchased his $5 Jackpot 7s ticket from the Scotchman on South Lake Park Boulevard in Carolina Beach.

Duplin County woman wins $100,000 lottery prize

Jo Ellen Boone won the first $100,000 prize in the new 100X The Cash game.

Sampson County man says lucky feeling drove him to a $200,000 prize

Harvey Smith of Roseboro said he followed a feeling to try his luck on a $5 scratch-off ticket and found a $200,000 prize.

Brunswick County woman bags $136,854 Fast Play jackpot

Her ticket beat odds of 1 in 240,000 to win 50 percent of the jackpot. At the time of the win, the Fast Play jackpot stood at $273,708.

Lottery ticket worth nearly $137K sold in Shallotte

Another big lottery ticket has been sold in Brunswick County.

Bad luck turns to good luck with Brunswick County man’s $2 million prize

After an unlucky start to his day, Anthony Dowe of Leland discovered his Mega Millions ticket made him a millionaire.

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West Brunswick High football player, his brother identified as victims in fatal boating incident

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Kids’ Day in the Park planned next month at Franklin Square Park in Southport

Kids of all ages are invited to get creative and join area artists in Franklin Square Park in Southport next month.

Experts: No need to rush to the gas pumps after Colonial Pipeline hack

Gov. Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency as fears rise about the fuel supply chain following a cyber attack on America's largest fuel pipeline.

Pet Pals: 2-year-old British shorthair cat

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