One ticket sold in Terre Haute worth $1 million
Even if nobody in Indiana won the jackpot, everybody should still check their tickets carefully.
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.
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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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