Lottery Winner Mystery Lights Up South Carolina City: Today on Inside Edition
The person who won the historic $1.5 billion Mega Millions jackpot recently came forward.
The person who won the historic $1.5 billion Mega Millions jackpot may want to stay anonymous, but that hasn't stopped rumors from flying around the town where the ticket was purchased — Simpsonsville, South Carolina.
Could the winner really be an employee of the city's car transmission plant? Inside Edition asked Simpsonville's mayor for the scoop.
Are Michael Jackson jurors reconsidering their decision after the explosive allegations in the "Leaving Neverland" documentary? Hear what they had to say.
Luke Perry’s daughter flew across the world to be with her dad after word got out of his stroke last week. Dr. Mehmet Oz told Inside Edition what the "Beverly Hills, 90210" actor's final hours might have been like.
And when Grayleigh Opperman forgot her bridesmaid dress for a destination wedding, Southwest Airlines stepped in to help.
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