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Wisconsin has two $1 million Powerball winners

Published On: May 19 2013 12:48:09 PM CDT   Updated On: May 19 2013 12:49:59 PM CDT
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MADISON, Wis. -

Two tickets sold in Wisconsin are worth $1 million apiece after Saturday night's Powerball drawing.

The sole winning ticket for the $590.5 million jackpot was sold in Florida. But the Wisconsin Lottery says $1 million tickets were sold in Antigo and Milwaukee.

The Antigo ticket was sold at Krist Food Mart on Superior Street, while the Milwaukee ticket was sold at Pick `N Save on Garfield.

Twelve other tickets sold in Wisconsin won at least $10,000, including a $40,000 winner.

Meanwhile, a ticket sold in Green Bay at Festival Foods on Steffens Court won $250,000 in Friday night's Mega Millions drawing.

The winners have 180 days to claim their prizes. The two $1 million prizes must be claimed at Wisconsin Lottery headquarters in Madison.

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