Texans Can Now Purchase Their Lottery Tickets Online

Texans can play the lottery - whether it’s Powerball or Mega Millions or one of our Lone Star State favorites like Lotto Texas - without going to a retailer to buy a ticket in person. They do this by accessing theLotter Texas online – on their computer or mobile phone. They register on the site, pick the lottery they want to play, fill out their tickets with their lucky numbers or with a random selection, and confirm their ticket order. Once they do that, our agents go out and buy the actual official Texas Lottery tickets. We scan them as proof of purchase. If the customer wins less than $600, we’ll credit their account with the prize. If the customer wins a larger amount, we’ll make sure they get their physical ticket so that they can claim their prize in person.

Texans Can Now Purchase Their Lottery Tickets Online

How the Texas winter storm caused bumps at Circuit of the Americas

S.H. 21 reopens, some evacuations lifted after Bastrop Rolling Pines Fire

Officials share latest update on Bastrop Rolling Pines Fire

Local nonprofit shares concerns, questions LCRA's water rates

Bastrop Rolling Pines fire update: 30% contained, 783 acres burned

Girl Scout cookies go on sale Wednesday

Rolling Pines Fire continues to burn in Bastrop County

All Jarrell ISD schools to close for remainder of week, citing COVID case surge

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UT to add additional testing site as all students set to return Jan. 31

Texas Secretary of State, Travis County at impasse on dealing with mail-in ballot application rejections

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How the Texas winter storm caused bumps at Circuit of the Americas

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S.H. 21 reopens, some evacuations lifted after Bastrop Rolling Pines Fire

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Officials share latest update on Bastrop Rolling Pines Fire

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Local nonprofit shares concerns, questions LCRA's water rates

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Bastrop Rolling Pines fire update: 30% contained, 783 acres burned

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Girl Scout cookies go on sale Wednesday

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Rolling Pines Fire continues to burn in Bastrop County

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All Jarrell ISD schools to close for remainder of week, citing COVID case surge

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Rolling Pines fire in Bastrop County 'likely' started after prescribed burn at state park

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6 p.m. update: Bastrop County residents worried after wildfire breaks out

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UT to add additional testing site as all students set to return Jan. 31

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Texas Secretary of State, Travis County at impasse on dealing with mail-in ballot application rejections

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Weather

First Warning Weather with Mark Peña

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Watches vs Warnings: Understanding how a storm is made

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First Warning Weather with Kristen Currie

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Tuesday overnight First Warning Forecast

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Tuesday evening First Warning Forecast

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First Warning Weather with Mark Peña

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First Warning Weather with Mark Peña

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First Warning Weather with Kristen Currie

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First Warning Weather with Kristen Currie

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Monday overnight First Warning Forecast

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Monday evening First Warning Forecast

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First Warning Weather with Mark Peña

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Sports

Texas men's basketball talks one point loss to Kansas State

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Texas men's hoops discuss struggles with consistency, facing Kansas State next

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Texas basketball talks turnover problems in loss at Iowa State

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Stony Point beats Hutto in KBVO Game of the Week

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Chris Beard says Longhorns are still a work in progress before OU

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Chris Beard discusses loss to Oklahoma State

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Round Rock boys basketball beats Westwood on the road

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Austin FC's Alex Ring on contract extension, becoming a designated player

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Texas basketball on first Big 12 win of the season

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Texas basketball talks dominant win over Incarnate Word

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Liberty Hill loses 5A state title game to South Oak Cliff

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LBJ falls in title game, still proud of their season

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