$1M Powerball ticket sold in Taylor, jackpot swells to $330M - New York News

$1M Powerball ticket sold in Taylor, jackpot swells to $330M

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TAYLOR, Mich. (WJBK) -- There were no jackpot winners in Wednesday night's Powerball drawing, but one Michigan store did sell a ticket worth $1 million for the second time in nine months.

The contest's next drawing will be Saturday and the jackpot could grow to more than $330 million.

The winning numbers in Wednesday evening's drawing were: 36-44-49-52-57, Powerball: 1.

Tickets matching 5 numbers, but not the Powerball, (worth $1 million) were sold in seven states.

The Michigan ticket was purchased at the Get & Go convenience store (10950 Beech Daly Rd) in Taylor. FOX 2's Roop Raj reports the market has sold another $1 million ticket just nine months.

"There's a pretty good chance (the winner) will be one of our regular customers," said store employee Ivan Jarbo.

Online: www.powerball.com

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