Powerball announced the winning numbers for its record-breaking $1.5 billion jackpot Wednesday night.
The winning numbers were announced at 10:59 p.m. ET.
The last drawing took place on Jan. 9, but failed to produce a winner. This time around, however, things appear to be different.
The California lottery said that a "jackpot-winning ticket" was sold in Chino Hills.
We have a winner in California! A jackpot-winning ticket was sold in Chino Hills. We’re still awaiting results from other states.— California Lottery (@California Lottery) 1452744806.0
Officials also announced winning tickets sold in Tennessee and Florida.
BREAKING: California lottery official says winning Powerball tickets also sold in Tennessee, Florida— The Associated Press (@The Associated Press) 1452754023.0
If someone matches all the winning numbers, the jackpot would be paid in annual payments over 29 years, or the winner could opt for a lump-sum payment of $930 million. Winners have to pay 39.6 percent of the prize in federal income taxes, in addition to any state taxes.
The Associated Press contributed to this story. Last update: Jan. 14, 2:00 a.m. ET.
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