Now, we're going to turn to the country's newest instant millionaires. An iowa couple has come forward to claim the $202 million powerball jackpot. As abc's john muller reports, the wife's first... See More
Now, we're going to turn to the country's newest instant millionaires. An iowa couple has come forward to claim the $202 million powerball jackpot. As abc's john muller reports, the wife's first challenge is convincing her husband that their good fortune was not a bad joke. Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to announce, iowa's newest millionaires. Reporter: Walking the red carpet like rock stars and just as rich. Life will never be the same for mary and brian lohse. Mary, a medical technician, bought the ticket while filling up with gas at this convenient store. At first, she thought she only matched the first three numbers. I thought I won 100 bucks. Reporter: When she found out she struck it rich, she called her husband, an attorney, who was out of town on business. I didn't believe her. I didn't believe her boss. She texted me a couple times to keep up the charade, I thought. Reporter: It was no charade. After a lump sum in taxes, they're almost $91 million richer overnight. It's iowa. Reporter: Iowa is earning a reputation of a field of dreams for powerball jackpots. 202 million this week. A $241 million jackpot in june, when quaker oats workers won a work pool. We want to help out our community and our church. Reporter: They plan on keeping their three children grounded. They're going to get a lot more dates. But -- that's important to the 15-year-old. They're going to stay grounded. And just don't change the way we've raised them. Reporter: Of course, the lohses did leave their press conference in a limousine. For abc news, john muller, abc
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