What channel does the california lottery numbers come on?

When the California Lottery began in 1985, it was created with an obligation to contribute financially to public education. By 2012, the Lottery had given over $24 billion to education. The majority has been given to K-12 schools, but they do also contribute to secondary education facilities.

The California Lottery’s SuperLotto Plus drawing takes place every Wednesday and Saturday at 7:45pm. Television stations that carry the drawing live are:

Bakersfield: KERO - Channel 23 (ABC)
Chico/Redding: KRCR - Channel 7 (ABC)
Eureka/Arcata: KAEF - Channel 23 (ABC)
Fort Bragg/Ukiah: KFWU - Channel 8 (ABC)
Fresno: KSEE - Channel 24 (NBC)
Los Angeles: KCAL - Channel 9
Monterey/Salinas: KCCN - Channel 46 (CBS)
Sacramento/Stockton: KPWB - Channel 31 (WBN)
San Francisco: KRON - Channel 4 (NBC)
Santa Barbara: KEYT - Channel 3 (ABC)

Stations that air the SuperLotto Plus drawings on Wednesdays and Saturdays, but don’t broadcast them live are:

El Centro: KECY - Channel 9 (FOX) at 9pm

Palm Springs: KDBA - Channel 40 (FOX) at 10pm
San Diego: KFMB - Channel 8 (CBS) 11:20p

Players of SuperLotto Plus have a 1 in 49 chance of winning the smallest prize (matching only the Mega number). The odds of winning the jackpot, matching all five numbers and the Mega number, are 1 in 41,416,353.