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Big Powerball Winner Announced

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – So who won the big money last night? The jackpot Powerball winner was announced, and it came all the way from Zephyrhills, Florida.

Saturday’s jackpot is a record $590.5 million, which is the largest in Powerball history. It surpassed the November record of 587.6 million jackpot, according to CNN.

The winner will get about 375 million of the jackpot if they choose the lump sum payment option.The couple of 2 million dollar winners were sold in both  New York and South Carolina.

The winning numbers are 22-10-13-14-52 and the Powerball is 11.

According to CNN per Spokesperson of the Texas lottery, if there were no winners in Saturday’s drawing, the jackpot would have shot up to 925 million for Wednesday’s drawing.

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