MADISON, Wis. (AP) - If you're a Wisconsin or Minnesota Powerball player who was ready to quit your job if you won the $587.5 million jackpot, you might want to tear up that resignation letter.
The two winning tickets were sold in Arizona and Missouri, although Wisconsin and Minnesota did have some smaller winners of their own.
State lottery officials say a $1 million ticket, matching all five numbers but not the Powerball, was sold in the Milwaukee suburb of West Allis. Ten other tickets that matched four of the five numbers along with the Powerball in Wisconsin won $10,000, including one that was quadrupled because the player bought the Power Play multiplier feature.
In Minnesota, one ticket was sold Winona County is worth $1 million. Six other tickets were sold worth $10,000.
Winners have six months to claim their prizes.
The numbers that Powerball players should have played for Wednesday's drawing were 5, 16, 22, 23 and 29, and a Powerball of 6.
The next Powerball jackpot is worth $40 million.
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