$487 million Powerball ticket bought at New Hampshire small-town grocery
DES MOINES - Folks in New Hampshire are eager to learn who among them holds the winning ticket to a $487 million Powerball jackpot.
New Hampshire lottery officials tell television station WMUR someone bought the winning ticket at the local Hannaford supermarket in Raymond, a southern New Hampshire town of about 10,000.
The winning numbers were 11-17-21-23-32, with a Powerball of 5.
The lump sum option is worth $330.6 million.
By midday Sunday, the jackpot winner in Saturday night's drawing had not come forward. It was the eighth largest U.S. lottery jackpot.
New Hampshire had a lucky night. Someone in the northern New Hampshire town of Littleton was among 14 people in 10 states who won $1 million for matching the first five numbers.
Someone in Pennsylvania bought a ticket worth $2 million.
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