Powerball ticket worth $1 million bought in central Iowa
NEVADA, Iowa (AP) - Iowa Lottery officials say a Powerball ticket bought at a central Iowa convenience store is worth $1 million.
The ticket bought at a Casey's store in Nevada (nuh-VAY'-duh) matched the first five numbers drawn Wednesday night but not the Powerball number. No one won the nearly $90 million jackpot in the multistate lottery. The figure is expected to reach $106 million for Saturday's drawing.
Prizes of $1 million or more must be claimed at the Iowa Lottery headquarters in Clive.
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