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  There were no jackpot winners Wednesday, but 504,751 players across the nation won more than $6.2 Million in prizes in America's Game. Click here to see the winning numbers.  
     
  Quick Visit with Uncle Leads to Big Powerball Win in Maryland  
     
  When one of the "Tres Amigos" decided to visit her uncle, she also decided to purchase a Powerball ticket using lucky numbers supplied by her cousin. The Upper Marlboro woman's $2 ticket landed her a $50,000 prize in the Saturday, June 10 drawing.

The teacher made her winning purchase at Discount Tobacco located at 7069 Martin Luther King Highway in Landover. Several days passed before the Prince George's County resident checked her ticket and that was only at her uncle's suggestion. A California player had won the jackpot but more than 64,000 Marylanders won prizes of $4 to $50,000. Could she be one of the lucky winners?

"I handed over the ticket to him and he scanned it," said the youngest of the "Tres Amigos." Her uncle was puzzled at first because the ticket checker said to report to Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore to claim the prize.

"I was curious now," she said, "so I went to another retailer and the ticket checker revealed it was a $50,000 winning ticket. We were all screaming with joy! It took us a day to calm down."

Her lucky ticket was one of two in Maryland to win a $50,000 prize and one of 73 nationwide to win that amount in the June 10 drawing.

The "Tres Amigos" traveled together to Baltimore to help the 25-year-old claim her prize. What are her plans for spending her winnings? "I will do what my heart pleases and save the rest!" she said.
 
     
  Daydream Turns Reality with $50,000 Powerball Prize  
     
  A pit stop at Casey's General Store, 2764 W. 32nd St. in Joplin, and a daydream with a friend has left Debra Shumaker with a $50,000 Missouri Lottery Powerball prize.

"I was actually on my way home from a doctor's office appointment and decided just to go into a store, grab something to drink and a snack," recalled Shumaker.

"My friend and I sat down at a table and were talking about how great it is to just take off and have nothing to do for the day. I told her that I sure wouldn't be sitting here if I won the Powerball, though. We just laughed about it."

The Miami, Oklahoma, resident would end up purchasing a Powerball ticket for the May 31 drawing.

"My husband and I went to dinner a couple of nights ago, and I said that I needed to check my ticket. So we checked it, and I was shocked," said Shumaker, who matched four of the five white-ball numbers and the Powerball in the May 31 drawing, which were: 4, 33, 39, 46 and 60 with a Powerball number of 6.

Shumaker hopes to invest her $50,000 prize, adding that although she played Missouri Lottery Powerball every so often before, she plans to play a little more often now that she knows she can win.
 
     
  Powerball Jackpot Win in California  
     
  A single Powerball ticket sold in Sun City, Calif. successfully matched all five numbers and the Powerball (20-26-32-38-58, Powerball 3) in the June 10 Powerball drawing!

The $447.8 million jackpot was the 7th largest jackpot in Powerball game history.

The winning ticket was purchased at Marietta Liquor & Deli, which is located at 27985 Bradley Road in Sun City (Riverside County). The lucky retailer will receive a $1 million retailer bonus for selling the winning ticket.

Three other tickets won $1 million in Saturday's drawing.
 
     
  $50,000 Powerball Ticket Unknowingly Carried Around for Two Months  
     
  When Dennis Shmigelsky brought a Missouri Lottery Powerball ticket to the Lottery's Kansas City regional office on June 2, he figured he had won $600.

"I get an envelope full of tickets, then I slip them in the (Check-A-Ticket) machine," said Shmigelsky. "They're mostly not a winner, until that one said 'Claim at Lottery.'"

Knowing that prizes of $600 or more need to be claimed at a Lottery office, Shmigelsky figured he had won $600, and he decided to wait to claim his prize until he had some extra time to spare.

"I substitute teach, and I finally got time (to claim) now that school's out," explained Shmigelsky. It wasn't until he claimed his prize that the Kansas City resident learned that he actually won a $50,000 prize. Shmigelsky used Quick Pick to match four of the five white ball numbers and the Powerball in the April 1 drawing - 9, 32, 36, 44 and 65 with a Powerball of 1 - to win his prize.

News of the larger prize came as a surprise to Shmigelsky, but plans for the $50,000 prize were already prepared.

"Well, my wife has a very good idea of what she wants to do with (the prize). She wants to throw my junk out and we move into a smaller place closer to our daughter and granddaughter so we can babysit. It's been her plan for quite a while," laughed Shmigelsky.

The winning ticket was purchased at QuikTrip, 8601 NW 45 Highway, in Parkville.
 
     
  Faithful Player Wins $50,000 in Maryland  
     
  A midweek $50,000 Powerball win gave John Gephardt of Baltimore plenty to smile about as the retiree claimed his prize at Maryland Lottery headquarters.

The 76-year-old is not only a loyal jackpot player, but he also follows a routine when buying his jackpot games. He usually visits the same Maryland Lottery retailer, which is Wise Avenue BP in Baltimore. The Baltimore County resident stopped at the gas station the day before his lucky May 24 drawing and invested $2 in a ticket.

"I am a faithful player," John said. "I play Powerball and Mega Millions each week. I play only one game and use the quick-pick method."

The lucky man matched four of the five numbers in the drawing plus the Power Ball. He was the only Marylander to do so and one of 21 players nationwide to win the $50,000 prize in the drawing.

John checked his ticket after the drawing and knew he'd won something. The big question was: How much had he won? He asked his friend Debbi Golamb for help.

"It wasn't until Ms. Golamb informed me I had won more than $100 that I truly believed I had won big," he said.

He plans to put his winnings into the bank for now. "I will save it until I really need it," he said. "One thing I will certainly do is continue to be a faithful player in the hopes I will be back here again to collect more winnings!"
 
     
   Indiana Roofer Claims $50,000 Powerball Prize  
     
  An Indiana man was still in shock more than two weeks after he realized he won $50,000 on Powerball.

Ronnie Rader visited Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis to claim his prize May 18. His winning ticket was from the May 6 drawing.

"I won on the 6th, and it's like, 'Let's put this on the back burner,'" Ronnie said.

A roofer by trade, Ronnie said the weather was too great for him to take a day off to come to claim his prize until May 18. His business partner, his brother, was the first person he told about the win.

Ronnie picked his own numbers, matching 4 of 5 numbers and the Powerball. He purchased the winning ticket from Mexico Marathon, 3963 N. Mexico Road in Mexico, Indiana. He's a regular at the store, and when he went in to check his ticket, they immediately asked if he was the $50,000 winner. Ronnie said store employees were excited for him.

Ronnie plans to put the money in the bank.
 
     
  12 Indiana Coworkers Split $50,000 Prize  
     
  Call it karma for a group of coworkers in southeastern Indiana who just won $50,000 on Powerball. While paying for the group's tickets, Wrenata Nelson gave cash back to the cashier.

It wasn't an act of charity. She handed him a $20 bill for her $12 worth of Powerball tickets. He gave her $18 in change.

"I said, 'You gave me too much money,'" she recalled while claiming the prize at Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis.

The cashier thanked her for her honesty and made the correct change for her. The next day, Wrenata checked the tickets when she got into work and realized the lottery pool won $50,000.

Wrenata and her coworkers, a group of 12 people, play Powerball or Mega Millions twice a week. The entire office has been involved in the pool for about two years.

Jeff Price, one of the other coworkers splitting the prize, played a joke on his coworkers who start their day a little later. When they came in for the day, he sat them down to tell them he had news from the company he had to read to them. In a serious tone, he asked Wrenata to write "$50,000" on the dry-erase board. Quickly, the other employees caught on to what was going on.

After splitting the pot, each winner won $4,166 before taxes. Jeff plans to buy tires, and Wrenata plans to put the money toward a vacation to Jamaica she already had planned. It wasn't clear what the other 10 plan to do with their winnings. However, it was clear the group intends to keep their lottery pool going. They hope this is just the first exciting win they experience.

The winning ticket was sold by S&S Grocery in East Enterprise, Indiana. The winning ticket matched 4 of 5 numbers and the Powerball.
 
     
  Missouri Woman Scores $150,000 Powerball Prize with Numbers Ending in One  
     
  A series of numbers ending in one proved to be the correct combination for Rose Henggeler of Stanberry, Mo.

"I play Powerball every week. I buy my (Powerball) tickets for two plays and always play Power Play," said Henggeler. "I have four sets of numbers I like to play."

Henggeler won a $50,000 prize by using her own combination of lucky numbers to correctly match four of the five white ball numbers and the Powerball in the May 6 drawing, which were: 11, 21, 31, 41 and 59 with a Powerball of 21.

"I just decided one day to pick all the numbers that end in a one. I have a sister with a birthday on the 21st and a daughter with a birthday on the 21st, so I put that down as the Powerball," explained Henggeler.

When purchasing her ticket from Casey's General Store, 218 E. Fourth St. in Stanberry, Henggeler chose to include Power Play for an additional $1. The Power Play number drawn for the May 6 drawing was three, increasing her $50,000 prize to $150,000.

"I checked (the numbers) in the St. Joseph News Press on Sunday morning, and I thought, 'Well, they look like my numbers!' I thought I was dreaming and hadn't woken up," said Henggeler.

Outside of possibly re-shingling her home, Henggeler had no definitive plans for the $150,000 when claiming her prize on May 12.
 
     
  Kansas Man Plays Birthday Numbers and Wins $50,000 Powerball Prize  
     
  James "Bob" Dinger, 58, of Baxter Springs has been playing Powerball since the game was first offered in Kansas in 1992. His persistence paid off when he matched four white ball numbers and the Powerball in the May 6 drawing to win a $50,000 cash prize!

"I've been playing my own numbers for years and I always buy tickets at the same place," said Dinger. "The numbers I play are my wife's birthday, my kids' birthdays and my birthday. I also always buy a $12 ticket for three drawings."

When Dinger checked his Powerball ticket a few days after the May 6 drawing, he initially thought he had won $100.

"I stopped at the same store where I bought the ticket to have it checked," Dinger said. "At first, I thought I had won $100, but when the store clerk tried validating the ticket, she said she wasn't able to because it was worth more than they could pay out. Together, we figured out how much I had won and I was shocked. I went from thinking I had won $100 to actually winning $50,000! It took a while for that to soak in."

The lucky winner said he plans to continue playing the same winning Powerball numbers and hopes he'll get to return to the Kansas Lottery to claim another large prize.

"I've been very blessed all my life," said Dinger. "Hopefully, I'll be back again someday."

Dinger and his wife Mary, who have two grown children and two granddaughters, said they plan to pay off bills with their winnings as well as remodel their home and take a vacation to an island this fall since Mary loves sand.

The winning ticket was purchased at Pete's 45, located at 202 E. 12th St. in Baxter Springs, Kan.
 
     
  "Lucky 14" Claim $50,000 Powerball Prize in Minnesota  
     
  A group of 14 co-workers from the health information department at Northfield Hospital in Northfield, Minn. have a big reason to celebrate after winning a $50,000 Powerball prize.

"It's been 10 years of dreaming," said Michelle Duffney of Montgomery, who has been pooling her money with the group for a decade. The group now includes 14 people, some who have been around since the beginning, and others who have been a part of the group for less than one year.

Each member of the "Lucky 14" contributes $2 for the Powerball drawing on Saturdays.

It was Tammy Rezac's turn to purchase tickets for the April 22 drawing, but forgot all about it. The Northfield resident ended up purchasing tickets for the drawing on April 26 instead, which turned out to be an incredibly lucky mistake.

One of the group's quick-pick tickets matched four of the first five numbers plus the Powerball number to win $50,000.

It wasn't until May 11 when Rezac stopped at Casey's General Store, located at 521 W. Woodley, in Northfield that she discovered their big win.

"The sales lady asked if I purchased a Powerball ticket here a couple of weeks ago. I said, 'Why did you have a winner?'" She told Rezac about the $50,000 Powerball ticket they sold from April 26 that was still unclaimed.

"I thought to myself who on earth has a winning lottery ticket and doesn't even know it. Turns out, it was me!"

Rezac later called a meeting with the rest of the group members to share the good news. "All I can say was that there was a little profanity, but a lot of excitement," she said.

Laura Colton of Burnsville added, "We all texted our spouses saying, 'We won, but it's my money!'"

The Lucky 14 arrived at Lottery headquarters in Roseville on May 15 to claim their prize. Each group member claimed approximately $3,571 (before the required tax withholdings).

The ladies plan to use their winnings for upcoming vacations and to pay off bills.
 
     
  Power Play Pays Off Big for Iowa Man  
     
  A southern Iowa man won $250,000 in the May 13 Powerball drawing.

Grant Maxwell of Exline was just one number away from winning the $185.1 million jackpot.

Maxwell matched four white balls and the Powerball  to win a $50,000 prize, but since he purchased the Power Play option his prize multiplied by five.

The winning numbers in the May 13 drawing were: 17-20-32-63-68 and Powerball 19. The Power Play multiplier was 5.

Maxwell purchased his winning ticket at Hy-Vee Wine & Spirits, 414 N 18th St. in Centerville, Iowa.
 
     
  Nine Co-workers Claim $1 Million Powerball Prize in Kansas  
     
  A group of nine co-workers from Epiq Systems in Kansas City, Kan. won a $1 million Powerball prize from the May 13 drawing.

Five of the nine winners claimed the prize at Kansas Lottery headquarters in Topeka.

Cathy Wissing, who is in charge of collecting the money for the pool and buying the Powerball tickets, claimed the prize on the group's behalf.

"We've been playing Powerball together since May 5, 2016," said Wissing. "When the Powerball jackpot reaches $100 million, I send an email out to my co-workers to let them know I'll be collecting money to buy tickets. I always buy Quick Pick tickets at the same store. Then I take a photo of the tickets and send it by email to everyone who has participated."

Staci Werkowitch was the office pool member who had checked the Powerball tickets Sunday morning and discovered the group had won the $1 million cash prize. When she called Cathy Wissing with the good news, she said she could hardly speak she was so excited.

"When I got a hold of Cathy to tell her we had won, my voice was quivering and I was screaming," said Werkowitch.

Another member of the office pool, Dana Brooks, found out she had won part of the prize while she was at church Sunday morning.

"I sing in the church choir and after I was finished singing, I checked my phone and had several missed calls and text messages," said Brooks. "When I called Cathy back and she told me what we'd won, I couldn't believe it. I told her if she was lying I was going to slash her tires. It's been quite a roller coaster ride."

The lucky co-workers, who have dubbed themselves the EPIQ Financial Team, said they plan to continue the office pool.

The winning Powerball ticket was purchased at Green Light 838, located at 838 S. 7th St. in Kansas City, Kan. For selling the winning ticket, the store is eligible for a $1,000 selling bonus.
 
     
  Daughter's Dream Leads to Winning Powerball Ticket Worth $1 Million  
     
  A dream about Powerball numbers paid off big for an Indiana woman.

She won $1 million on a Powerball ticket from the May 6 drawing. Rebecca T. of Marion originally thought she won $100,000 and was shocked when her daughter called to tell her she'd actually won $1 million.

The winning ticket was purchased at Speedway, 1227 N. Wabash Road in Marion.

"I always said we would hit one day," Rebecca said while claiming her prize money at Hoosier Lottery Headquarters in Indianapolis. "Can't believe it actually happened."

Rebecca's adult daughter had a dream in January of a Powerball ticket with the numbers 11-21-31-41-59 with Powerball 9. She has played the numbers a few times since the dream, and this time matched all numbers except the Powerball.

She plans to share the money with family and fulfill a longtime dream of building a tiny home.
 
     
  Missouri Accountant Wins $50,000 Powerball Prize  
     
  A Lawson, Mo. accountant added $50,000 to his balance sheet after matching four white ball numbers and the Powerball in the May 6 Powerball drawing.

According to the Missouri Lottery, Michael Ashenfelter, 75, has played the same set of numbers for many years.

The winning numbers in the May 6 drawing were 11, 21, 31, 41, 59, and Powerball 21. Ashenfelter had a unique way of picking his numbers.

"I wrote all the numbers on lima beans, put them in a coffee can, and pulled out my numbers," he said in all seriousness. "I've played those same numbers twice a week for seven years."

Ashenfelter bought his winning ticket at Judy's Place, 220 W. Sixth St., in Lawson.

"It's going into my retirement fund," he said, when asked about his plans for prize. "I was also planning a trip to California, and this will make it a lot easier."
 
     
  North Carolina Man 'finally wins some zeros' with $150,000 Powerball Prize  
     
  Gregory Errthum, 53, had a feeling the same special numbers he's played for thirty-two years were about to pay off.

"My lucky numbers of 11 and 21 kept hitting," said Errthum of Lincoln County. "I knew I was going to hit it soon. I just knew it."

And on May 6, that feeling turned out to be right.

"When I got to the store, they told me that I had won," said Errthum. "I asked them how much, and they said, 'You have to go to Raleigh,' so I called my son to figure it out for me!"

His son, Wesley, didn't think anything of the call at first. "He's been telling me my whole life that one day he was going to hit it big," said Wesley. "I thought it was silly."

But when Wesley started checking the numbers, he couldn't believe his dad's prediction had come true.

"My eyes just got bigger and bigger," said Wesley. "I said, 'Dad, you just won $150,000!'"

Errthum bought the winning $3 Power Play ticket at the Buffalo Shoals Hardware & Supermarket on Buffalo Shoals Road in Newton. The numbers matched four white balls and the Powerball to win $50,000. The prize tripled when the 3X multiplier was drawn for Power Play tickets.

"My dream is to live life a little more comfortably," said Errthum upon being presented with his big check. "I've been working long days my whole life, taking care of two children, three stepchildren, and grandchildren. It feels good to finally win some zeros."
 
     
  Teacher Wins $1 Million Powerball Prize in Nebraska  
     
  A Nebraska teacher is one of four Powerball players who won $1 million in the May 6 drawing.

According to the Nebraska Lottery, Melinda Rother has been purchasing tickets from the Casey's General Store on North Eddy Street in Grand Island for several years.

Her most-recent winning ticket matched all five white ball numbers in the May 6 drawing. Rother told Nebraska Lottery officials she was surprised when she learned she had won.

"I feel blessed every day when I get up," she said. "This was the extra icing on the cupcake."

Rother stated she has not made any definite plans for the prize yet, but said she would use the money to buy a new grill and help her sister pursue her degree as a Veterinary Technician. She also plans to share with her son as well as her niece and nephew. She and her husband's lifestyles will stay the same and she plans to continue to teach Sunday school at her church and volunteer at the Salvation Army.

"We're not really going to change anything," she said. "We're very blessed."

According to the Grand Island Independent, Rother will wrap up her teaching career when the school year ends May 25.
 
     
  Firefighting Grandfather Celebrates $200,000 Win in Connecticut  
     
  A Connecticut man claimed a $200,000 Powerball prize from the April 26 drawing.

According to the Connecticut Lottery, Eric Munsell's winning numbers were a combination of his children's and grandchildren's birthdays.

Munsell, a full-time instructor at the CT Fire Academy, matched four numbers and the Powerball. He also purchased the Power Play option which multiplied his prize to $200,000.

Munsell told Connecticut Lottery officials about the moment he won, "So I ran some errands and got to the counter at Stop & Shop. The cashier said, 'I can't cash this one.' I said, 'Why?' I scanned [the ticket] a second time and it read $200,000! I figured it was a mistake. Of course there was a line of people behind me cheering! I made it out the door and immediately called my wife. She didn't believe me!"

When asked about his plans for the winnings, Munsell smiled and said, "Pretty much bills and a motorcycle for my son." With five children and eleven grandchildren, Munsell is excited to treat his family.

Munsell's winning ticket was sold at Henny Penny #20 located on 45 Great Neck Road in Waterford, Conn.
 
     
  Power Play Option Pays Off for South Dakota Winner  
     
  Melvin Lee Young has been playing Powerball since the game began in South Dakota.

According to the South Dakota Lottery, Young buys multiple plays, some using his own numbers, some by Quick Pick, and he usually spends the extra dollar to get the Power Play option. His routine finally paid off in the May 6 drawing.

Young matched four of the five white ball numbers and the Powerball to win the game's $50,000 prize. He also won an additional $4 on another play line on the same ticket. Since Allen purchased the Power Play option, the whole prize was tripled to $150,012 with the 3X multiplier.

Young purchased the winning ticket at the Fresh Start on Bennett Ave. in Martin, South Dakota.

Though he's only been a big Powerball winner for a few days, Young already has plans for his winnings and advice for those still trying for a big prize.

"My prayers have been answered," he said. "First, I'm going to pay some bills and then save some for this and that. All I can say to others playing is hang in there. The only way to win is to keep trying."
 
     
  West Virginia Couple Claims $1 Million Powerball Prize  
     
  Tim and Jo Varca of Shinnston are the latest West Virginians to win a $1 million prize playing Powerball. The couple was introduced by West Virginia Lottery Director Alan Larrick at a press conference at Lottery Headquarters on May 4.

"I put the ticket in my truck, actually the floor of my truck, and didnt check it until Sunday," said Varca. "I saw where I matched three and then four and then five, but I did not know how much that was worth. The whole time I was thinking it might be a $100, so I typed in the computer 'how much is a match 5 win' and I saw $1 million...and I turned white. I got her [Jo] out of bed, and she didn't believe me. Then we both went downstairs, and she turned white. We are still in shock, but it is a great feeling."

Varca's ticket was the only one in the country to match the first five numbers in the April 29 drawing.

The ticket was purchased at Go Mart #29 in Shinnston. The store will receive a $10,000 sales bonus for selling the winning ticket.

The couple said they have a good idea of what they are going to do with their winnings. "Well, we are going to pay a few bills, maybe take another European vacation, and probably invest the rest."
 
     
  South Dakota Man Claims $50,000 Powerball Prize  
     
  Chris Classen claimed a $50,000 Powerball prize at the Pierre Lottery office on April 19.

Classen matched four of the five white ball numbers and the Powerball in the April 12 drawing.

Classen purhcased his winning ticket at Cowboy Country Store #6 on N. Euclid in Pierre.

The store will recieve a $1,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

While Classen knew a $50,000 winning ticket had been sold there, he wasn't aware that it was his ticket until he arrived at the lottery office.

A quick check of his ticket at the convenience store resulted in a "Must claim at Lottery office' message, meaning the prize was over $100.

Classen was excited to learn from the validation clerk that it was substantially higher than he'd first thought.
 
  U.S. Air Force Veteran Wins $100,000 Powerball Prize  
     
  A $100,000 Powerball win has a U.S. Air Force veteran flying sky high with happiness over the prize she describes as "life changing."

According to the Maryland Lottery, the mother of one has budgeted $20 a week to play Powerball and Mega Millions in hopes of someday finding a big win.

"I've been playing for seven years and I just knew it was going to pay off at some point," said the government information technology worker.

On April 17, she came across her $3 Powerball ticket with Power Play from the April 8 drawing.

The 37-year-old checked the numbers and thought she won $100, then checked them again and saw her prize was $100,000.

"Oh my gosh, oh my gosh," she remembers exclaiming to herself. "I couldn't believe it!"
 
     
  $2 Million Powerball Winner Claims Prize in Iowa  
     
  The winner of a $2 million Powerball prize that was sitting unclaimed in Iowa for 9 months has come forward.

Jeff Wolf of Iowa City said he had known since shortly after the July 16 drawing that he had won a big prize, but he took his time in claiming the winnings while he thought through what to do with the money.

"I'm going to invest it," he said as he claimed his prize at Iowa Lottery headquarters in Clive.

Wolf said he happened to drive by the convenience store as the lottery held a news conference there in August about the unclaimed prize.

Wolf bought his $2 million-winning ticket at the Hawkeye Convenience Store, 2330 Wiley Blvd. SW in Cedar Rapids.

He initially matched the first five numbers but missed the Powerball to win a $1 million prize in the July 16 drawing. But he also had added the Power Play option to the purchase, which multiplied his prize to $2 million. Wolf said he always adds the Power Play option to his tickets "just in case."

"It's just in case this would happen, and it did!" he said.
 
  Quick Pick Ticket Wins $50,000 in Minnesota  
     
  A quick pick ticket sold in Minnesota won $50,000 in the April 15 Powerball drawing.

According to the Minnesota Lottery, Walter "Sam" Neumann's ticket matched four white ball numbers and the Powerball to win the $50,000 prize.

"My attitude is that I'm more surprised when I don't win than when I do win," said Neumann.

"People tease him that he has a horseshoe because he's so lucky," added his wife, Carol Neumann.

Neumann purchased the winning ticket from Clear Lake Amoco on Front St. in Clear Lake, Minn.
 
     
  Trip to Pharmacy Leads to Powerball Win in Missouri  
     
  A Missouri man claimed a $50,000 Powerball prize.

According to the Missouri Lottery, Fred Wilson, 70, purchased a Powerball ticket while he was picking up a prescription for his wife.

The ticket matched four white ball numbers and the Powerball in the April 8 drawing.

"She was checking the ticket and her jaw just dropped. Then she looked up at me kind of funny," explained Wilson. "I thought I'd done something wrong."

The retired General Motors worker from Kansas City purchased the winning ticket at the Hy-Vee on E. 350 Highway in Raytown.

Wilson said most of the winnings will probably go in a certificate of deposit.

"I also have my eye on a new metal detector," chuckled Wilson.
 
     
  North Carolina Woman Wins $50,000 in April 1 Drawing  
  It's no joke, a North Carolina woman won $50,000 on April Fool's Day after she decided to get a Powerball ticket while she was getting gas.

Suzanne Hanlin of Millers Creek bought the lucky ticket at the Murphy Express on U.S. 421 in Wilkesboro using Play at the Pump.

She beat the odds of 1 in 913,129 to win the prize in the April 1 drawing. She matched four of the five white balls and the red Powerball.

Hanlin runs a senior center in Wilkes. She was on her way to Miami when her husband told her the ticket was a winner.

She plans to use some of the money to get new patio furniture and have a big BBQ.
 
     
  Powerball Ticket Sold in Arizona Wins Jackpot in April 1 Drawing  
     
  A Powerball ticket sold in Arizona won the jackpot in the April 1 drawing.

The Grand Prize was worth a guaranteed $60 million; $36.4 million dollars.

The winning numbers in the drawing were 9-32-36-44-65 and Powerball 1.

There was also a $1 million dollar winner in Florida in the April 1 drawing.
 
     
  Minnesota Man Claims $1 Million Powerball Prize  
     
  A Minnesota man claimed a $1 million Powerball prize from the March 18 drawing.

According to the Minnesota Lottery, Greg Anderson of Hermantown purchased a couple of Powerball tickets on his way out of town for a week-long work trip.

It wasn't until a week later that Anderson discovered he had a winning Powerball ticket in his wallet.

"It was hard not to smile," said Anderson. "Being able to retire comfortably is going to be a good feeling."

Anderson's ticket matched the first five numbers in the March 18 drawing.

He purchased the winning ticket at the Holiday Station Store on Grand Avenue in Duluth, Minn.

The store will receive a $5,000 bonus for selling the ticket.
 
  Maryland Mom Wins $50,000 Playing Birth Dates  
     
  A Maryland mom won a $50,000 Powerball prize in the March 22 drawing.

According to the Maryland Lottery, Maya Haddad of Rockville routinely plays Powerball with her husband.

"I've been only playing these sets of numbers for about three months," said Haddad. "This is such a blessing that I won, especially with these numbers. These numbers are special because they are a combination of the birth dates of my son, my husband and myself."

Haddad said she plans to put most of the prize money into her 2-year-old's college fund.

"We would also like to use a small portion of the money for a preplanned trip to Florida that we're going on in a few weeks," said Haddad.
 
     
  Powerball Ticket Sold in Wisconsin Wins Jackpot in March 22 Drawing  
     
  A Powerball ticket sold in Wisconsin won the jackpot in the March 22 drawing.

According to the Wisconsin Lottery, the ticket was sold at the Corner Pump on 1194 W. Capitol Drive in Pewaukee.

The ticket matched all five numbers and the Powerball in the March 22 drawing. The winning numbers are 2, 9, 27, 29, 42 and Powerball 9.

There were also two Match 5-winning tickets in New York and South Carolina that each won $1 million in the March 22 drawing.
 
     
  Massachusetts Man Wins $1 Million Playing Powerball  
     
  A Massachusetts man claimed a $1 million Powerball prize from the Massachusetts State Lottery's Braintree headquarters on March 21.

According to the Massachusetts State Lottery, Joseph Neary of Revere matched the first five numbers on his Powerball ticket in the Feb. 22, 2017 drawing.

Neary purchased his winning ticket at Fernandes Mini Mart at 339 Great Plain Avenue in Needham, Mass.

The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for the sale. Massachusetts had a second Match 5 winner in the February 22 drawing.

Effie Ann Lee of Weymouth claimed her $1 million prize on March 1.
 
     
  South Dakota Man Claims $50,000 Powerball Prize  
   
Chris Olson claimed a $50,000 Powerball prize at the Rapid City Lottery office on March 21, 2017.

 Olson of Whitewood matched four balls and the Powerball in the March 18 drawing.

 Olson purchased his winning ticket at WWP, Inc. on Laurel Street in Whitewood.

 The store will receive a $1,000 bonus for the sale.
 
     
  Iowa Man Clains $2 Million Powerball Prize on St. Patrick's Day  
                                                                                                         
 An Iowa man with Irish heritage claimed a $2 million Powerball Prize at Iowa Lottery Headquarters on St. Patrick's Day.

 Karl Krumbholz of Cedar Rapids was the only $2 million winner in the March 15 drawing.

 "My mom passed away a year and half ago. We've been joking about it; now the Cubs have won the World Series and I've won the lottery," said Krumbholz.

 Krumbholz bought his winning ticket at Smokin' Joe's tobacco shop, 465 S. Iowa Highway 965 in North Liberty, which is one of his regular stops during the lunch hour.
  
 When he stopped back at the store, the staff already knew their location had sold a $2 million-winning ticket and immediately told him to check his ticket.

 "And I'm thinking, 'No, not really,'" said Krumbholz. "She told me to sign it and I signed it. And she ran it through the machine and it came up as $2,000,012!"

 Krumbholz had multiple plays on his ticket and in addition to his $2 million winner, he also had a $12 winner.

 Krumbholz told the Iowa Lottery he immediately called his dad and girlfriend to share the news. Then he went back to work, where he didn't try to keep things quiet.

 "I told everybody," he said with a laugh. "I told my boss and he said, 'Well, I assume you'll be gone tomorrow.'"

 Krumbholz said he plans to use part of his winnings to pay off his home mortgage and will put the rest of the money away for retirement.
 
     
  Purdue Graduate is Latest Jackpot Winner in Indiana
     
  A Purdue graduate in Indiana has claimed the estimated $435.3 million jackpot from the Feb. 22 Powerball drawing.

According to the Hoosier Lottery, the ticket holder claimed the prize as Bohemian Financial, LLC on March 10, 2017.

The following Monday, Hoosier Lottery Executive Director Sarah Taylor presented a celebratory check to a spokesperson for the winner.

The winner wishes to remain anonymous, so he worked with lawyers to setup a limited liability company to receive the lottery funds and preserve his privacy.

"We can tell you he is a Purdue grad who works at a Lafayette manufacturing plant," said Jennifer Dzwonar, a spokesperson for the winner.

"Once he saw the numbers matched, he couldn't sleep. He tried calling his brother later that morning, but he didn't answer. He then called his dad, who joked, 'I thought you were calling to say that you won the lottery?' to which the winner replied, 'Maybe I did!'"

The winner had the choice to take payment of the estimated $435.3 million as a 30-year annuity or in a one-time lump sum payment.

The winner chose the lump-sum cash option of $263.5 million (before taxes). According to the Hoosier Lottery, the final payout will be $189.1 million after taxes.
 
     
   Navy Veteran Wins $50,000 Playing Powerball in Iowa

  A Navy veteran visiting his friend in Iowa won $50,000 playing Powerball, according to the Iowa Lottery.

  Corey Hecht of St. Could, Minn. matched four of the first five numbers and the Powerball in the March 8 drawing.

  Hecht, 39, bought his winning ticket from the Casey's at 1510 Sunset Drive in Norwalk. He returned to the store to have his ticket verified after he checked it online.

  "I'm like, 'Wow! I better check this out,' and I'm thinking maybe $20 or something," Hecht told Iowa Lottery employees when he claimed his prize. "Then the lady at the gas station is like, 'Do you know you won $50,000?'"

  Hecht is currently enrolled in school to advance his career in construction management.

  He told the Iowa Lottery he doesn't have a plan for his winnings yet.
 
     
  Seven $50,000 Powerball Prizes Claimed in Indiana  
     
  There have been seven $50,000 prize claims in Indiana since Feb. 7, according to the Hoosier Lottery.

Several of the $50,000 Powerball winners were initially in disbelief when they won, including Robert Radonna. "I didn't know what to think," said Radonna who plans to purchase a used car and pay off bills.

Carolyn Allford chose the numbers on her winning ticket based on the birthdates of her three children. The retired bank compliance office plans to give some money to her children and hold onto the rest.

A small group of iron workers from Northwest Indiana are also among the winners. The group plays Hoosier Lottery draw games twice per week.

Courtney Hawkins claimed her $50,000 prize along with her husband and two children, ages 3 and 4.

James Hartson bought his Powerball ticket, because of the large jackpot amount.

Coworkers Kevin McCarroll and Jacob Penner play Powerball together when the jackpot gets high. It was McCarroll's turn to buy the duo's tickets when he ran into traffic. He took an alternate route and stopped at a Hoosier Lottery retailer. The ticket he purchased turned into a $50,000 winner. Both men plan to use the money for bills and child care.
 
     
  Massachusetts Woman Claims $1 Million Powerball Prize  
     
    A Massachusetts woman won $1 million in the Feb. 22, 2017 Powerball drawing.

  According to the Massachusetts State Lottery, Effie Ann Lee of Weymouth matched the first five numbers on her Quick Pick ticket.

  Lee was joined by a friend when she claimed her prize at Massachusetts State Lottery Headquarters on March 1.

  Lee's winning ticket was purchased from Tobacco Treasures III at 1776 Heritage Drive in North Quincy, Mass.

  There was one ticket that won the estimated $435.3 million jackpot in the February 22 drawing.
 
   
   
  Group of Kansas Players to Share $1 Million Prize
 
     
  A group of Kansas residents claimed a $1 million cash prize from the Feb. 22, 2017 Powerball drawing.

The four winners from Atchison wish to remain anonymous, according to the Kansas Lottery.

The group matched the first five numbers in the drawing, but not the Powerball.

"Once I knew we had won $1 million, I signed the back of the ticket and put it in our home safe," said one of the winners. "After that, I called everyone in our group and told them what we had won. Everyone is so excited about winning. We're just kindhearted, hardworking, everyday people. I never thought we'd win something like this."

The lucky winners said they already have plans for the prize money, including paying off student loans, fulfilling a wish list, buying a Utility Task Vehicle and investing for the future.

The winning ticket was purchased at Casey's General Store at 1629 Main St. in Atchison, Kansas.
 
     
  Winning Powerball Jackpot Ticket Sold in Indiana
 
     
  A winning ticket to the estimated $435.3 million Powerball jackpot was sold in Indiana. The ticket matched all five numbers plus the Powerball in the Feb. 22 drawing (10-13-28-52-61 PB: 2).

According to the Hoosier Lottery, the winning ticket was purchased at the Super Test at 1609 Sagamore Parkway South in Lafayette, IN.

The $435.3 million estimated jackpot is the 7th largest in Powerball history.
 
     
  10 Employees Claim $1 Million Powerball Ticket

A pool of 10 employees from the American Honda Motor Company Inc. claimed a $1 million prize from the Feb. 15 Powerball drawing, according to the Georgia Lottery.

The group's numbers matched all five white balls using the Quick Pick option. Dennis Burgess, 39, said he was in disbelief when he learned his group had a winning ticket.

"I was sitting in the parking lot when I checked the numbers online," he said. "I couldn't believe it."

There were four other $1 million winning tickets in the Feb. 15 drawing.
 
     
  Kentucky Powerball Winner College Bound

A Kentucky woman claimed a $1 million prize from the February 1st Powerball drawing.

Tanya Herrera, 18, won by matching all five white balls on her ticket. According to the Kentucky Lottery, Herrera doesn't have much experience playing the lottery so she asked her dad for help. He suggested she go to the store where she bought the ticket to check it.

"I really didn't know what to do," said Herrera. "I scanned it myself and when I saw $1 million pop up on the machine, I thought it was broken."

Herrera says she will use some of her winnings towards college tuition, and is considering attending Western Kentucky University.
 
     
  Lucky Powerball Winner Claims $100,000

A Maryland woman won a $100,000 Powerball prize playing numbers from her late son's birth date, according to the Maryland Lottery.

The 80-year-old retiree's ticket matched 4 white balls and the Powerball in the Feb. 8 drawing. Her decision to add the Power Play feature payed off. The 2x multiplier doubled her $50,000 winnings to $100,000.

The avid lottery player said there are sets of numbers she's played for nearly 20 years.

"Most of the numbers I choose to play for any particular lottery game tend to have very special meaning to me so I usually play the same ones," said the mother of five.

Her winning Powerball ticket was bought from Thirsty's Wine & Spirits in Oxon Hill in Prince George's County.

   
   
 
Evansville retiree wins $50,000 on Powerball whim
An Evansville retiree happened to have some extra cash on him recently, and decided to buy a few Powerball tickets. One of those tickets was worth $50,000.

Keith Parker plays Powerball a few times per month. He bought the ticket, which won on the Jan. 7 drawing, on a whim.

Keith's wife, son and daughter-in-law drove to Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis with him from Evansville to claim the prize. The jovial family shared the story of when Keith discovered he won.

The day after the drawing, Keith decided to check his numbers. He went to the website and asked his wife, Carolyn, to help him double check.

"I said, 'Leave me alone, I'm watching TV,'" Carolyn said, laughing.

When Keith told her he won $50,000, she paused the TV.

"We were surprised," Keith said.

Keith is a retired sheet metal worker. He plans to use the money for savings and to help with some health insurance costs. He also has some fun splurges in mind, including a new depth finder for his boat and a vacation.

The winning ticket was purchased at Drones Convenience, 410 Tekoppel Ave., Evansville.
   
  Feb. 4: Jackpot explodes to $233.6 Million; Rolling to $255 Million; 2 more millionaires, for a total of 1,934!!
The Saturday, February 4th jackpot exploded to an estimated $233.6 million and will be rolling to $255 Million for the next draw. The winning numbers: White Balls: 06 13 16 17 52 Powerball: 25, Power Play 3. There was one ticket that won the $1 Million Match 5 prize. It was from the State of NJ. There was one ticket that added the Power Play to win $2 million. It was from the State of TX. There were 970,560 tickets that won over $10.6 million in cash prizes. Detailed winning information can be found here.
   
  Feb. 1: Jackpot expands to $209.7 Million; Rolling to $229 Million
The Wednesday, February 1st jackpot expanded to an estimated $209.7 million and will be rolling to $229 Million for the next draw. The winning numbers: White Balls: 09 43 57 60 64 Powerball: 10, Power Play 2. There were four tickets that won the $1 Million Match 5 prize. They were from CO-2; KY; and TX. There were no tickets that added the Power Play to win $2 million. There were 858,105 tickets that won over $9.4 million in cash prizes. Detailed winning information can be found here.
   
 
Fort Wayne factory worker wins $100,000 on Powerball
Fort Wayne-native Dontae Williams said he bought a Powerball ticket Wednesday because "it was a good day." It was a better day than he could have realized, as he won $100,000 on Wednesday night's Powerball drawing.

Dontae realized he won Thursday morning, and he drove down to Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis the same day to claim his prize. His sisters and mom joined him for the trip.

"It's kind of surreal," Dontae said. "It hasn't sunk in yet."

Thursday morning, Dontae spoke to his uncle on the phone. His uncle enjoys playing Hoosier Lottery games, so it reminded Dontae to check his Powerball ticket.

"I had to look at it seven, eight, maybe ten times," Dontae said.

He quickly called his uncle again. His uncle confirmed what Dontae suspected: he had a winner. Dontae matched four of the five numbers and the Powerball. Typically, that combination is worth $50,000, but because Dontae added Power Play, his prize doubled to $100,000.

Dontae purchased the ticket at Cook Road Marathon, 7525 Coldwater Road in Fort Wayne. The retailer is not a place he frequently visits, and it is not near his home.

"I had to make a stop, and it turned into this," Dontae said.

Dontae, a factory worker in Fort Wayne, has no immediate plans for the money. He said he wants to be generous to loved ones, and also wants to think about his future.

"I don't want to go on any spending spree," he said.
   
  Jan. 28: Jackpot swells to $189.1 Million; Rolling to $206 Million
The Saturday, January 28th jackpot swelled to an estimated $189.1 million and will be rolling to $206 Million for the next draw. The winning numbers: White Balls: 12 20 39 49 69 Powerball: 17, Power Play 2. There were three tickets that won the $1 Million Match 5 prize. They were from IL, NH, and PA. There were no tickets that added the Power Play to win $2 million. There were 765,482 tickets that won nearly $7.8 million in cash prizes. Detailed winning information can be found here.
   
 
Kansas Business Owner Wins $50,000 Playing Powerball in Missouri
The owner of a Leawood, Kansas, pet grooming service is planning to help a local shelter after she matched four white-ball numbers and the Powerball number to win $50,000 in the Jan. 5 drawing. Duan "Ivy" McDonald, 46, said she loves animals and has always dreamed of winning some money and being able to help a shelter.

"I love dogs," said McDonald, who lives in Olathe, Kansas. "I wish I could win a big jackpot; I would build a new shelter."

Along with donating some of her prize money to her local shelter, she said she might like to adopt a big dog.

"I have two little dogs, a Maltese and a Yorkie," she said. "I want to adopt a big dog, but we would need to fence in our yard."

The owner of Dazzle Pawz, McDonald said she has been checking the prices of fences for her yard. She said she will also put some of the prize money towards expenses from a recent trip to New York.

McDonald purchased her winning ticket at Minit Mart, 10245 State Line Road, in Kansas City. She let the computer pick the numbers on her winning ticket.
   
  Jan. 25: Jackpot balloons to $169.9 Million; Rolling to $187 Million
The Wednesday, January 25th jackpot ballooned to an estimated $169.9 million and will be rolling to $187 Million for the next draw. The winning numbers: White Balls: 18 28 62 66 68 Powerball: 22, Power Play 2. There was one ticket that won the $1 Million Match 5 prize. It was from the State of FL. There were no tickets that added the Power Play to win $2 million. There were 584,723 tickets that won nearly $4.9 million in cash prizes. Detailed winning information can be found here.
   
  Jan. 21: Jackpot blossoms to $154.5 Million; Rolling to $170 Million
The Saturday, January 21st jackpot blossomed to an estimated $154.5 million and will be rolling to $170 Million for the next draw. The winning numbers: White Balls: 23 25 45 52 67 Powerball: 02, Power Play 2. There was one ticket that won the $1 Million Match 5 prize. It was from the State of CT. There was one ticket that added the Power Play to win $2 million. It was from the State of WA. There were 632,110 tickets that won nearly $7.4 million in cash prizes. Detailed winning information can be found here.
   
 
POWERBALL JACKPOT WINNERS CLAIM $121.6 MILLION PRIZE IN HISTORIC DRAWING
One lucky couple from Pennsylvania will start 2017 with a $121.6 million prize after matching all five white balls plus the red POWERBALL in the December 17, 2016, drawing. The man and woman, who wish to remain anonymous, purchased the winning ticket at Selbyville Goose Creek, a subsidiary of Cato Gas & Goose Creek Food Stores, located at 38452 DuPont Blvd. in Selbyville, Delaware.

The man, who has been playing the Delaware Lottery since its inception in 1975, normally plays POWERBALL and MEGA MILLIONS when the jackpots get large. For years, he has played the same numbers. He originally bought a POWERBALL Quick Pick ticket a long time ago and liked those numbers, so he stuck with them ever since. It finally paid off.

"I figured it only takes one ticket to win," said the man. "I went to the machine and scanned my ticket, and all these numbers came up. I have never seen that many zeroes in my life! Once reality set in, my first reaction was to cry. I walked out of the store in tears and returned to my wife who was waiting for me in the car."

"He came to the car and had tears on his face," said the woman. "I didn't know what to think at first, but then he said anxiously, 'We are millionaires!' I was so confused I didn't believe him and thought he was joking, so I made him double check the numbers on his phone, and we got the same results."

The winners selected the $72.1 million cash option and told Lottery officials they already have big plans for their prize money. "This is just such a great experience, and we don't want to spend the money foolishly," said the woman. "I have strong feelings toward education and would want to make donations to schools or other charities in the future. We've also had our eyes on an RV. Since we travel a lot, it would be perfect for our family."

In addition, the man told Lottery officials it has always been a dream of his to own a hot rod, and he may get one down the road.

"Winning is not going to change me," said the woman. "I told him I don't want us to be different because of the money. We are very blessed to win."

The winners claimed their prize (less 25 percent after federal tax) at Delaware Lottery Headquarters in Dover on Friday, January 13, 2017.
   
 
CEDAR RAPIDS MAN WAS ONE NUMBER AWAY FROM WINNING BIG POWERBALL JACKPOT
A Cedar Rapids man was just one number away from winning a big Powerball jackpot last week and ended up winning $50,000.

However, John Neuhaus said he did not know he won until his wife, Carla, had his ticket checked at a local drug store last week.

John said his wife works at the store where his winning ticket was purchased, Hy-Vee Drugstore, 1520 Sixth St. SW in Cedar Rapids, and she heard that someone who bought a ticket there had won $50,000. She checked John's ticket there Dec. 29 and sure enough, he won.

"I think the most I ever won was seven or eight dollars," Neuhaus told lottery employees Friday as he claimed his prize at the lottery's regional office in Cedar Rapids.

Neuhaus matched four of the first five numbers and the Powerball in the Dec. 28 drawing to win a $50,000 prize.

Neuhaus is a 66-year-old retired mechanic and said he plans to save a majority of his winnings.
   
 
$100,000 Powerball prize will help Clayton woman get a home makeover
For Joyce Lewis of Clayton, NC a $100,000 Powerball prize means she can get a home makeover.

"We'll get new carpet, beds, and a kitchen table," Lewis said. "I never thought I'd have this much money to do this."

Lewis beat the odds of 1 in 913,129 to win $100,000 in the New Year's Eve drawing. She found out she won the next morning.

"I looked at my ticket and couldn't believe what I saw," Lewis said. "I had to get someone else to look at it."

Lewis claimed her prize Friday at lottery headquarters in Raleigh. After required state and federal tax withholdings, she received $68,306.

"I feel so blessed, and thankful," Lewis said.

She bought the $3 Power Play ticket at the Kangaroo Express on North Brightleaf Boulevard in Smithfield. The numbers matched four white balls and the Powerball to win $50,000. The prize doubled when the 2X multiplier was drawn for Power Play tickets.
   
 
Wilmington, NC man uses numbers that pop into his head to win $100,000 Powerball prize
Bernard Lawson Jr. of Wilmington used the first numbers that came into his head to win a $100,000 Powerball prize.

"I still don't know how I did it," Lawson said. "I just started picking numbers."

Those numbers turned out to be lucky for Lawson, a security officer, and he beat the odds of 1 in 913,129 to win $100,000 in Saturday's drawing.

"People call it lucky," Lawson said. "I call it blessed."

Lawson claimed his prize Monday at lottery headquarters in Raleigh. After required state and federal tax withholdings, he received $69,250. He plans to use some of the money to make sure his kids have a great Christmas.

He bought the $3 Power Play ticket at the Minuteman Food Mart on North JK Powell Boulevard in Whiteville. The numbers matched four white balls and the Powerball to win $50,000. The prize doubled when the 2X multiplier was drawn for Power Play tickets.
   
 
Muncie Woman Claims $50,000 Powerball Prize
Kim Reel of Muncie, IN won $50,000 on the December 17th Powerball draw.

For Kim, the $50,000 was a surprise until she arrived in Indianapolis. An employee at Hoosier Lottery headquarters was the first to inform her she won $50,000. Although Kim knew she had a winner, she wanted to wait to find out how much she won.

"That's the thrill," Kim said. "It's like having a baby. I didn't want to know until I was here."
   
 
Gentryville Man Claims $50,000 Powerball Prize
Tim Carver of Gentryville, IN won $50,000 playing Powerball on December 24.

Tim plans on putting his $50,000 in a savings account. The self-employed construction and drywall worker also didn't find out for days that he won $50,000. His wife said the win is "one more step to retirement."
   
 
Kentucky Man Claims $50,000 Powerball Prize in Indiana
Gary Cook of Shepherdsville, Kentucky won $50,000 in Indiana on Dec. 24.

Gary, who is originally from Muncie, bought Powerball tickets while visiting family for Christmas. Although he only plays the lottery once or twice per year, he said the word "ticket" popped into his head while waiting to pay at Village Pantry. So, he bought $20 worth of Powerball on a whim. Days later, his wife found the ticket and checked the numbers, discovering his $50,000 win. She called Gary's phone 20 times before he answered.

Although Gary said there are plenty of things he wants, there's nothing he truly needs. As a result, he plans to use the money to help others.
   
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