Lottery is Looking for Waukesha County Winner
Five Wisconsin players each won $50,000 in Powerball over the weekend.
The winning tickets were sold in Clark, Iron, Outagamie, Rock, and Waukesha counties.
The winners from Clark and Outagamie counties have come forward, but the Lottery has not heard from the other winners.
Each player matched four out of five numbers plus the Powerball. Winners at all prize levels have 180 days from the drawing to claim their prizes.
Jody Sheahan of Abbotsford claimed a winning ticket that was purchased at Abbotsford Travel at 601 South 4th Street (Clark County) for the Saturday, January 2 drawing
John Albright of Menasha claimed a winning ticket that was purchased at Appleton Motomart at 3400 East Calumet (Outagamie County) for the December 30 drawing
The winning numbers from the December 30 drawing were 12, 36, 38, 54 and 61. The Powerball was 22 and the Power Play number was 3. The other winning ticket from Wednesday's drawing was sold at Ray's Kwik Mart Mobil at 510 2nd Avenue North in Hurley (Iron County).
The winning numbers from the Saturday, January 2 drawing were 5, 6, 15, 29 and 42. The Powerball was 10 and the Power Play number was 2. The other two winning tickets were sold at Kwik Trip at 3359 Milton Avenue in Janesville (Rock County) and Quick Trip Pantry at 16401 West Greenfield Avenue in New Berlin (Waukesha County).
Retailers who sell winning tickets over $599 receive an incentive of 2% of the winning ticket amount up to $100,000.
The next Powerball drawing will be held on Wednesday, January 6. The jackpot is estimated at $400 million ($244.8 million cash).