Wisconsin had a $1 million Powerball winner Saturday and a $10,000 winner, while the jackpot climbed to an estimated $425 million ($278.3 million cash) for the Wednesday, November 28 drawing.
$425 million is a new Powerball record and is the second largest lottery jackpot ever offered in the United States.
Wisconsin's $1 million winning Powerball ticket was purchased at Delavan Mobil Mart, 502 Borg Road, Delavan.
Wisconsin also had a $10,000 winner in Saturday's drawing. The $10,000 winning ticket was sold in La Crosse at Kwik Trip, 105 Clinton Street.
The $1 million winner must claim his prize at the Lottery's headquarters in Madison within 180 days of Saturday's drawing. The $10,000 winner and winners at all other prize levels can claim their prizes by mail, or at the Lottery’s Madison or Milwaukee offices within that same period.
Saturday night's winning numbers were 22, 32, 37, 44 and 50. The Powerball was 34.
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