Winning $768 million Powerball ticket sold in Wisconsin

One winning ticket for the third-largest lottery prize in U.S. history was sold in New Berlin, Wisconsin.
1:09 | 03/28/19

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To you to the luckiest person in America, someone is waking up $768.4 million richer. Sleeping in for the rest of their life. You got that right, Michael. One single winning ticket sold in new Berlin, Wisconsin, for the Powerball jackpot. The third largest in U.S. History. Hillary Mintz from our Milwaukee station WISN is very excited. Good morning. Reporter: That is right. It is an exciting morning here because somebody bought the winning jackpot ticket. They matched all numbers and they are $768 million richer. It may have been sold in a gas station just like this. We don't know yet and also don't know who the winner is. They have 180 days to claim the prize and in Wisconsin, you cannot remain anonymous. Guys. All right. Hillary, not sure if it was that gas station but could be. Whoever has isn't the only lucky. Nine other tickets sold worth at least a million dollars. Not too bad. Other people may not have won the jackpot but still a chance. In gas stations just like those.

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