TULSA - The Powerball jackpot jumped to $1.5 billion Tuesday morning after no winning ticket has perfectly matched the numbers pulled in each drawing since Nov. 2015.
But, that doesn't mean there haven't been any winners in that time frame. In fact, two winning tickets have been sold in northeast Oklahoma and four people living in Green Country have cashed in for big money during Powerball-mania.
Where are the two store locations?
The QuikTrip at 9621 E. Pine in Tulsa and Logstore at 16294 Highway 62 in Tahlequah each sold tickets that produced $50,000 winners following the Jan. 9 drawing. The winners live in Bartlesville and Muskogee.
For the drawings in Dec. 2015, two Green Country residents can say they are Powerball winners. One Claremore resident and one Oologah resident each won $50,000. However, their tickets were purchased in the Oklahoma City metro area.
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So, while the big money is still on the table, there's a chance for you to win a truck-load of cash. That's of course, if you pick the right numbers. Good luck.
OTHER STATE POWERBALL WINNERS
$10,000 - Choctaw resident
$50,000 - Calument resident (Calumet is west of Oklahoma City)
$150,000 - ticket sold in Oklahoma City not yet claimed
$1,000,004 - Norman resident
$100,000 - Oklahoma City resident
$200,000 - Oklahoma City resident
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