INDIANAPOLIS -- Even if nobody in Indiana won the jackpot, everybody should still check their tickets carefully.
The Hoosier Lottery says there are still big Powerball winners in Indiana.
There were 19 notable winners in the state, including one $1 million ticket in Terre Haute. That ticket matched the first five numbers, but not the Powerball.
Two tickets worth $100,000 were sold in West Lafayette and Zionsville. They matched four numbers and the Powerball, as well as the Power Play number, doubling the prize.
There were 16 tickets worth $50,000, matching four of the first five numbers and the Powerball number.
They were sold in:
Anybody who had a winning ticket should sign the back and contact the Hoosier Lottery for instructions on how to claim their prize.
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One person died and nine people were injured during a four-vehicle crash on I-70 in Hendricks County Friday afternoon.
Photos from the ribbon cutting of the renaming of I-65.
This weekend is full of Halloween events, film screenings, networking opportunities and more for all ages.