$1 million Powerball ticket sold in Tucson - Tucson News Now

$1 million Powerball ticket sold in Tucson

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Somebody in the Tucson area may be a millionaire after last night's Powerball drawing.

One ticket sold on the northwest side matched five out of six numbers to claim a $1 million runner-up prize.  The Arizona Lottery says this is the 25th $1 million Powerball second prize winning ticket sold in Arizona.

The winning ticket was sold at the Corner Store located at Orange Grove and La Cholla, but the winner has not come forward.

The winning numbers were 1 - 18 - 33 - 39 - 46 with a Powerball of 33.

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