At least two people in Michigan now have a lot of holiday cash, and some to spare.
Powerball fever has swept much of the nation with long lines forming as folks try to land themselves that ultimate stocking stuffer.
While many people played, no one matched all the numbers.
Saturday night’s Powerball jackpot is the fourth largest in history at $325 millions.
A Detroit woman was lucky — and then lucky again, winning both a free ticket and then a $1 million jackpot with it.
Someone in Michigan has just come across a fortune to the tune of $3.4 million after purchasing a $1 lottery ticket in Warren.
The Michigan gas station that sold last month’s $337 million Powerball jackpot-winning ticket is getting ready to collect its bonus.
The bill, passed by the Senate on Tuesday, would prohibit the disclosure unless the winner agrees to it in writing.
If legislation working its way through the Michigan Senate had been law last month, the world might never know the name and face of Donald Lawson of Lapeer, who claimed his prize for winning the $337 million in the Powerball lottery game.
It’s the end of the line for the three people who read the lottery numbers on Detroit TV.