No Tickets Sold with All Six Powerball Lottery Numbers

Share this article:There were no tickets sold with all six numbers in Saturday evening’s drawing of the multi-state Powerball lottery and the estimated jackpot for Wednesday’s drawing is expected to grow to $160 million. There were also no tickets sold with five numbers, but missing the Powerball number, the Multi-State Lottery Association, which conducts the game, announced. The numbers drawn Saturday were 3, 6, 12, 32, 64, and the Powerball number was 19. The jackpot was $150 million. The drawing was the 12th since a ticket with all six numbers was sold. The odds of matching all five numbers and the Powerball number is 1 in about 293 million, according to the Multi-State Lottery Association. The overall chance of winning a prize is 1 in 24.87. The Powerball game is played in 44 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands. No Tickets Sold with All Six Powerball Lottery Numbers was last modified: December 14th, 2019 by Contributing Editor

Statue of Sportcaster Keith Jackson Unveiled outside of Rose Bowl

Share this article:A statue of the late sportscaster Keith Jackson was unveiled Saturday outside the Rose Bowl, honoring him for calling the game a record 15 times on television. The statue depicts Jackson standing and holding a microphone with the Rose Bowl logo. It is located in the Rose Plaza near the stadium’s south entrance. The Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation, which raised funds for the statue, called Jackson “a symbol of togetherness and inspiration for sports fans across the globe.” Jackson, who died Jan. 12, 2018, at age 89, is credited with dubbing the Rose Bowl “The Granddaddy of Them All.” It was first played in 1902 and is the oldest bowl game. Jackson was selected for the game’s Hall of Fame in 1999. The Rose Bowl stadium’s broadcast center was renamed in his honor in 2015. The statue is the third at the stadium, following ones of Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson, who played football for John Muir High School and Pasadena Junior College at the Rose Bowl, which was unveiled in 2017, and Brandi Chastain, unveiled in July in honor of her…

Waterford Man Dies After Rear-Ending Tractor-Trailer On Highway

WATERFORD (CBS13) — A man died Saturday night after crashing into the back of a tractor-trailer in Stanislaus County, the California Highway Patrol said. The crash happened on Highway 132 near Hazeldean Road at around 9:10 p.m. CHP said the driver, an unnamed man from Waterford, rear-ended a tractor-trailer and was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the truck is reportedly okay. The cause of the crash is currently under investigation. CHP said the highway, which was closed in both directions, has been reopened. No further details have been released at this time

Man Shot to Death in Alhambra

Detectives launched an investigation after a man was found shot to death in a residential neighborhood in Alhambra on Saturday night, officials said. The fatal shooting was reported about 8:40 p.m. in the 900 block of West Ramona Road, alongside the 10 Freeway, Deputy Marvin Crowder of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Information Bureau said in a written statement. Paramedics pronounced the victim, initially described only as a man, dead at the scene, he said. No details regarding a suspect description or motive were available. The Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau is teaming with the Alhambra Police Department in the investigation. Anyone with information was asked to contact the Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau at 323-890-5500. Tips may also be submitted anonymously to L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.

Walters: How California’s half-finished plans disrupt lives

Joe Mathews, another guy who makes his living by scribbling about California, penned a very perceptive article recently about the state’s proclivity for not following through on policy pronouncements. “California is stuck in the gray zone,” Mathews wrote, referring to “a military term for the space between peace and war… “In California today,” he continued, “I think the phrase explains the perilous condition of our communities as the state pursues major changes in how we regulate drugs, respond to homelessness and sentence criminals. “California voters have righteously demanded major transitions that move people out of the darkness of illegal drug sales, sleeping on the street and lives stalled by criminal records — and into the light of legal cannabis businesses, permanent housing and second chances for ex-cons. “But as California governments struggle to complete these transitions, too many people get caught in the gray zone between illegal and legal.” Mathews concludes, “We can’t just declare grand new transitions in social policy at the ballot box. We must spend the money and enforce the laws necessary to complete what we promised. Otherwise, our half-finished plans are only disrupting…

Saturday Night Five: Oregon rolls on the court, Hurley sounds off, Arizona drops another and my Heisman ballot

Insta-reaction to Pac-12 developments on (and off) the field … 1. Want to reconsider, coach? Back in October, before knowing exactly what he had and when he would have it, Oregon coach Dana Altman bemoaned the NCAA Tournament selection process. Specifically, Altman expressed frustration with the outsized role that non-conference games play in determining the NET rankings. “Teams aren’t who they are (early in the season),” Altman said. “If you’ve got players back, you’re at a big advantage. “It’s really a disadvantage to less experienced teams, the really talented teams that come on at the end.” We wonder how Altman feels now about the weight placed on non-conference performance. His Ducks, despite heavy reliance on a handful of newcomers, beat No. 5 Michigan on the road today. That comes a few weeks after they beat No. 13 Memphis. And No. 22 Seton Hall. And lost close games to No. 6 Gonzaga and No. 17 North Carolina. The Ducks, despite heavy reliance on a handful of newcomers, have one of the best resumes in the land — one that will score well with the selection committee…

One year after fateful coin flip, Cardinal Newman claims CIF title

CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or video on a mobile device. SANTA ROSA — There are few programs in the state of California, nevertheless the entire country, who have endured more than Cardinal Newman over the past two years. The wounds that this school, this community has sustained may never fully heal. The reality is that they seldom do. But for one chilly mid-December night, the Santa Rosa community could congregate and immerse itself in the universal medium of sport. They’d get to celebrate too. Cardinal Newman finally brought home its first state championship under head coach Paul Cronin, defeating El Camino, 31-14, to claim the Division 3-AA title. In the title bouts’ final minutes, fans were instructed to not come onto the field following the conclusion of the game. On nights like this, there’s always room for a little leeway. “From teachers, parents, students, everyone is just excited,” Pavitt said. “It means a whole lot to everybody. I couldn’t be more happy with how it went and how everyone is feeling now. SEASON PASS DIGITAL OFFER If you…

De La Salle puts up a fight, but St. John Bosco wins state title

CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or video on a mobile device. NORWALK — High school football at the top in California is an exclusive club. Nobody in Northern California can beat De La Salle, and now the Spartans cannot beat the best from Southern California. In other words, it was more of the same Saturday night. For the fourth consecutive season, De La Salle stepped onto the field for the California Interscholastic Open Division state championship against an opponent overloaded with major-college talent and once again the Spartans fell short. St. John Bosco won the championship 49-28 as the Bellflower powerhouse broke out to an early lead at Cerritos College and did not blink every time De La Salle scrapped and clawed back into the game. Clemson-bound quarterback DJ Uiagalelei — all 6-foot-5 and 245 pounds of him — was virtually flawless in a brilliant display of arm strength, accuracy and the ability to shed tackles at every turn. He threw for 398 yards and four touchdowns, completing 23 of 28 attempts, and also ran for 64 yards and a…

Saint Mary’s ends Cal basketball’s home winning streak at Haas Pavilion

BERKELEY  — Jordan Ford scored 32 points, including 13 straight for Saint Mary’s late in the second half, and the Gaels beat Cal 89-77 on Saturday night. Malik Fitts had a season-high 28 points on 9-of-12 shooting and matched his career high with five 3-pointers for Saint Mary’s (10-2). Dan Fotu added seven points and nine rebounds. Six days after falling to No. 14 Dayton to snap an eight-game winning streak, Saint Mary’s pulled away at Haas Pavilion in the first half behind Fitts’ hot hand then held on late behind Ford after California closed a 19-point deficit to as little as eight. Andre Kelly had a career-high 26 points for the Bears (6-5). Matt Bradley added 14 points and Grant Anticevich scored 11. Cal’s loss ended its eight-game home winning streak dating to last season. It’s also the third consecutive year that the Golden Bears have lost to the Gaels.. Fitts made his first five 3-pointers and had 21 points in the first 20 minutes as the Gaels pulled away and led by 17 before halftime. The 21 points by Fitts matched his total…

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