Friday, May 17, 2013
If you drew the Powerball winning numbers in Saturday’s lottery, you could score $600 million, the largest Powerball jackpot ever.
Powerball results were watched closely Wednesday when the jackpot was $363 million. After no one picked all six winning numbers, the new Powerball prize for the Saturday, May 18, drawing is now $600 million, which makes it the highest Powerball jackpot ever — and the second-highest U.S. lottery jackpot. The numbers drawn Saturday night were: 10, 13, 14, 22, 52 and the Powerball was 11. The one-time cash payout is estimated at $376.9 million. Tickets are $2 and the game is played in Wisconsin and 42 other states, including Florida, Texas, California and New York. You can buy tickets until 9 p.m. CST for the 9:59 p.m. drawing. Buy tickets online here, or search for a local retailer. Until Saturday, the largest Powerball jackpot was $587.5 …
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
After nobody won Saturday's Powerball jackpot, the big prize rolled over and the jackpot for Wednesday's drawing was $183 million.
The winning numbers in Wednesday's Powerball jackpot drawing were 5, 9, 28, 32, 38 and the Powerball is 29. The Powerball jackpot for reached $183 million, or a $112.5 million cash payout. There is no word yet on whether anyone won the jackpot. The jackpot rolled over after Saturday's drawing produced no grand prize winner, however, three people matched all five Powerball numbers and each won a $1 million prize. Because one person also selected the Power Play option, that individual received another $1 million. In Wisconsin, nearly 8,000 winning tickets were sold for Saturday's drawing.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Two winning tickets sold in Missouri and Arizona, while a West Allis gas station sells a $1 million winner.
Two winning tickets were sold in Wednesday night's record $580 million Powerball jackpot — in Arizona and Missouri. The winning numbers were: 5-16-22-23-29 and the Powerball was 6. While nobody won the big prize in Wisconsin, a $1 million ticket was sold at the Speedway gas station at 9130 W. Oklahoma Ave., West Allis, the Wisconsin State Lottery said Thursday morning. That ticket matched all five winning numbers correctly but did not have the right Powerball number. As of 7 a.m. Thursday, the person who purchased that ticket had not yet come forward. Nine other tickets sold in won $10,000 and one additional $10,000 ticket was turned into a $40,000 winner because the player bought Powerball's Power Play prize multiplier feature, the state …