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John Martin of Maryland Lottery talks billions and millions for Maryland dreamers

We're watching the Orioles and Home Run Riches pulling for a grand slam every night but the big one continues to get bigger. John Martin of Maryland Lottery talks billions and millions for Maryland dreamers and some big local winners as well.

Still dreaming big?

We're watching the Orioles and Home Run Riches pulling for a grand slam every night but the big one continues to get bigger. John Martin of Maryland Lottery talks billions and millions for Maryland dreamers and some big local winners as well.

Crab Cake Row: Let Franklyn Baker educate us on how the modern United Way serves Central Maryland

Crab Cake Row: Let Franklyn Baker educate us on how the modern United Way serves Central Maryland. Nestor Aparicio learns about the charity he heard about watching NFL games and the Colts back in the 1970s on "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" at Faidley's Seafood in Lexington Market.

Crab Cake Row: Let Franklyn Baker educate us on how the modern United Way serves Central Maryland

Crab Cake Row: Let Franklyn Baker educate us on how the modern United Way serves Central Maryland. Nestor Aparicio learns about the charity he heard about watching NFL games and the Colts back in the 1970s on "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" at Faidley's Seafood in Lexington Market.

Crab Cake Row: How MCVET serves veterans in need with Misty Bruce and Dr. Kevin Green at Costas Inn

Crab Cake Row: How MCVET serves veterans in need with Misty Bruce and Dr. Kevin Green at Costas Inn

Crab Cake Row: How MCVET serves veterans in need here in Maryland

Crab Cake Row: How MCVET serves veterans in need with Misty Bruce and Dr. Kevin Green at Costas Inn on "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" in Dundalk.

John Martin tells Nestor about the newest games and big winners in the New Year

John Martin tells Nestor about the newest games and big winners early in the New Year and explains the history of Powerball and Mega Millions jackpot games. Oh, and those lucky Ravens scratch-off winners who might be going to the AFC Championship Game to pass for Maryland Lottery cash.

Dropping new games and lots of cash in the New Year

John Martin tells Nestor about the newest games and big winners early in the New Year and explains the history of Powerball and Mega Millions jackpot games. Oh, and those lucky Ravens scratch-off winners who might be going to the AFC Championship Game to pass for Maryland Lottery cash.

John Martin of Maryland Lottery toasts the season and local winners as football grabs our attention for the holidays

John Martin of Maryland Lottery toasts the season and winning as football grabs our attention

Toasting the holiday season with big winners

John Martin of Maryland Lottery toasts the season and local winners as football grabs our attention for the holidays
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