18 August, 2017
The numbers: 9-15-43-60-64, Powerball: 4, PowerPlay: 3.
If a MI player wins Saturday's $510 million jackpot, it would be the largest lottery prize ever won in MI. Two tickets were sold in Marietta, and one ticket was sold in Conyers.
The overall prize for Saturday night's drawing will be $510 million.
The cash payout for the jackout is an estimated $342.2 million. The second is the cash option of $324.2 million, but it would be subject to state and federal taxes.
The current record holder is Donald Lawson of Lapeer, who won a $337 million Powerball jackpot on August 15, 2012.
Nepal floods: Death toll touches 66, 35 missing
Heavy monsoon rains caused flooding in Nepal , Bangladesh and India , which claimed the lives of over 165 people. Thirty-five people have been also missing since Friday.
20 tonnes of contaminated eggs sold in Denmark: food authority
Dutch investigators today arrested two suspects in connection with a probe into the discovery of the chemical in European eggs. An Aldi UK spokesman said: "There's no impact on Aldi in the UK, and all Aldi UK's eggs are 100 per cent British".
Australians to vote on legalizing same-sex marriage
The ballots for a postal vote will be sent out on September 12 with the aim of having them returned and counted by November 15. The Turnball government announced yesterday that it would take its same-sex marriage plebiscite bill to the Senate this week.
Aug. 17, 2017: Before the Powerball jackpot rolled to United States dollars 510 million for this Saturday's drawing, a winning Pennsylvania Lottery Powerball with Power Play ticket worth USD 150,000 for the Wednesday, August 16, drawing was sold in Luzerne County.
The jackpot began rolling June 14 and has rolled 19 times.
The victor of last Friday's $393 million Mega Millions prize has not come forward.
The current jackpot would be the eighth largest in US history, and the fifth largest Powerball jackpot ever. There were Match 5 winners in California and Florida.
Wisconsin Lottery officials report that the ticket was sold at the Medford Cooperative Convenience Store.