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Mega Millions and Powerball lottery winners through the years in photos

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October 2012: Bondurant's Lohse family won a Powerball jackpot prize worth $202.1 million. Iowa Lottery CEO Terry Rich, right, congratulates the winners, Mary, left, and Brian, at a news conference after the couple claimed the prize.
October 2012: Bondurant's Lohse family won a Powerball jackpot prize worth $202.1 million. Iowa Lottery CEO Terry Rich, right, congratulates the winners, Mary, left, and Brian, at a news conference after the couple claimed the prize.
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Charles Mull of Greencastle, Pa., recently claimed a $50,000 winning Powerball ticket that was sold at a Hagerstown store.
Charles Mull of Greencastle, Pa., recently claimed a $50,000 winning Powerball ticket that was sold at a Hagerstown store.
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Kristi Williams, left, and Kelly Blount, both sales associates at the Trex Mart in Dearborn, Missouri, pose for a cell phone photograph, Thursday, November 29, 2012, holding a paper Powerball receipt stating one of the national winners purchased a winning lottery ticket inside the gas station. (David Eulitt/Kansas City Star/MCT)
Kristi Williams, left, and Kelly Blount, both sales associates at the Trex Mart in Dearborn, Missouri, pose for a cell phone photograph, Thursday, November 29, 2012, holding a paper Powerball receipt stating one of the national winners purchased a winning lottery ticket inside the gas station. (David Eulitt/Kansas City Star/MCT)
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Bridget Turgeon, one of the 42 Taco Comfort Solutions winners, showed up at Lottery headquarters in Cranston to claim the $1 million PowerBall prize her group won. [The Providence Journal/Steve Szydlowski]
Bridget Turgeon, one of the 42 Taco Comfort Solutions winners, showed up at Lottery headquarters in Cranston to claim the $1 million PowerBall prize her group won. [The Providence Journal/Steve Szydlowski]
The Providence Journal/Steve Szy
A MillerCoors Brewery office pool in Albany won a $1M prize playing Powerball from the June 9 drawing. Among the winners pictured (from left) are Clarence McNeal, Larry Gooden, Dennis Starcher, Claude Strickland, Donald Talley and Ernest Speir.
A MillerCoors Brewery office pool in Albany won a $1M prize playing Powerball from the June 9 drawing. Among the winners pictured (from left) are Clarence McNeal, Larry Gooden, Dennis Starcher, Claude Strickland, Donald Talley and Ernest Speir.
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After receiving a ceremonial check at Louisville Slugger Museum, Powerball winner David Edwards, of Westwood, Ky., answered reporters' questions yesterday with fiancee Shawna Maddux at his side. They may move to Las Vegas or Florida.
After receiving a ceremonial check at Louisville Slugger Museum, Powerball winner David Edwards, of Westwood, Ky., answered reporters' questions yesterday with fiancee Shawna Maddux at his side. They may move to Las Vegas or Florida.
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Juan Mendez-Galarza of Paterson bought a $1 million winning Powerball ticket at W & R Mini Market & Deli on Nagle Street in Paterson. Galarza is shown at the store, finding out that he is a winner.
Juan Mendez-Galarza of Paterson bought a $1 million winning Powerball ticket at W & R Mini Market & Deli on Nagle Street in Paterson. Galarza is shown at the store, finding out that he is a winner.
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Mavis L. Wanczyk, right, poses with Massachusetts state treasurer Deborah Goldberg on Aug. 24, 2017, after coming forward only hours after winning the $758 million multi-state Powerball lottery jackpot.
Mavis L. Wanczyk, right, poses with Massachusetts state treasurer Deborah Goldberg on Aug. 24, 2017, after coming forward only hours after winning the $758 million multi-state Powerball lottery jackpot.
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Cindy Ooley of Fishers holds the ceremonial check for $1 million Powerball win with Hoosier Lottery Executive Director Sarah Taylor.
Cindy Ooley of Fishers holds the ceremonial check for $1 million Powerball win with Hoosier Lottery Executive Director Sarah Taylor.
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Marie Holmes claims a third o the $564 million Powerball jackpot
Marie Holmes claims a third o the $564 million Powerball jackpot
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Here is Tayeb Souami of Little Ferry as he was introduced as the $351.3 Million Powerball Winner. He purchased the winning ticket in Hackensack.
Here is Tayeb Souami of Little Ferry as he was introduced as the $351.3 Million Powerball Winner. He purchased the winning ticket in Hackensack.
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Powerball winner Melvin Rhodes, left, with his grandson, Mike, jokes with cashier Mollie Cox while buying lottery tickets April 21, 2000, at Ray's Superior Food Market in Whitley County, Ky. Every Friday for 12 years Rhodes has made the 48-mile drive from his home in Clinton to purchase $35 worth of tickets. His diligence paid off this week when he won the $79.7 million jackpot. Rhodes dies in September 2004 at age 78.
Powerball winner Melvin Rhodes, left, with his grandson, Mike, jokes with cashier Mollie Cox while buying lottery tickets April 21, 2000, at Ray's Superior Food Market in Whitley County, Ky. Every Friday for 12 years Rhodes has made the 48-mile drive from his home in Clinton to purchase $35 worth of tickets. His diligence paid off this week when he won the $79.7 million jackpot. Rhodes dies in September 2004 at age 78.
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Powerball winners John and Lisa Robinson speak during a press conference at the Tennessee Lottery office Friday, Jan. 15, 2016, in Nashville, Tenn.
Powerball winners John and Lisa Robinson speak during a press conference at the Tennessee Lottery office Friday, Jan. 15, 2016, in Nashville, Tenn.
Andrew Nelles / The Tennessean
Billie Lawler of Austin won $750,000 in the Mega Millions in 2005, but less than five years later she was out of money. Her daughter pleaded guilty to crimes related to taking the money in March 2018 and was sentenced to 10 years of probation Wednesday in Travis County. HANDOUT
Billie Lawler of Austin won $750,000 in the Mega Millions in 2005, but less than five years later she was out of money. Her daughter pleaded guilty to crimes related to taking the money in March 2018 and was sentenced to 10 years of probation Wednesday in Travis County. HANDOUT
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Mega Millions winner Joe Denette (left) talked with his driver Jason White before last Saturday's Camping World Truck Series race at the Martinsville Speedway. Denette cleared nearly $30 million in the 2009 lottery and used some of the money to buy a NASCAR team. (Don Coble/Morris 国产自拍 Service)
Mega Millions winner Joe Denette (left) talked with his driver Jason White before last Saturday's Camping World Truck Series race at the Martinsville Speedway. Denette cleared nearly $30 million in the 2009 lottery and used some of the money to buy a NASCAR team. (Don Coble/Morris 国产自拍 Service)
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Stephanie and Kevin Blake of Waterford, winners of $21 million in the Mega Millions Jackpot, speak during a press conference at the Michigan Lottery office in Sterling Heights on Wednesday, Oct 25, 2017.
Stephanie and Kevin Blake of Waterford, winners of $21 million in the Mega Millions Jackpot, speak during a press conference at the Michigan Lottery office in Sterling Heights on Wednesday, Oct 25, 2017.
Eric Seals, Detroit Free Press
Kelsey Zachow, 24, of Port Huron holds a $66 million Mega Millions jackpot check. Zachow, along with her family, received the check in Sterling Heights.
Kelsey Zachow, 24, of Port Huron holds a $66 million Mega Millions jackpot check. Zachow, along with her family, received the check in Sterling Heights.
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$180 million Mega Millions winner Rick Knudsen of Calimesa and his wife Lorie at the California Lottery Inland Empire District Office in San Bernardino on Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014.
$180 million Mega Millions winner Rick Knudsen of Calimesa and his wife Lorie at the California Lottery Inland Empire District Office in San Bernardino on Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014.
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Harold Diamond, 80, of Wurtsboro, Sullivan County, is pictured with his wife Carol, left, and New York Lottery personality Yolanda Vega Monday. Diamond, a retired elementary school principal, was the sole winner of a $326 million Mega Millions jackpot drawn on November 4, 2014.
Harold Diamond, 80, of Wurtsboro, Sullivan County, is pictured with his wife Carol, left, and New York Lottery personality Yolanda Vega Monday. Diamond, a retired elementary school principal, was the sole winner of a $326 million Mega Millions jackpot drawn on November 4, 2014.
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Tammy Pratt of South Fallsburg is the winner of a $126 million jackpot in Mega millions. Pratt, a real estate broker, received her check Wednesday from the New York Lottery's Yolanda Vega. MEREDITH ZARITHENY/TIMES HERALD-RECORD
Tammy Pratt of South Fallsburg is the winner of a $126 million jackpot in Mega millions. Pratt, a real estate broker, received her check Wednesday from the New York Lottery's Yolanda Vega. MEREDITH ZARITHENY/TIMES HERALD-RECORD
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Gretchen Dizer, center, of the New York Lottery draw team introduces Andrew Porter of Loch Sheldrake as Sullivan County's newest and richest lottery millionaire during a ceremony at Loch Sheldrake Food Mart on Wednesday, June 27, 2012. Porter purchased a winning $5 million Mega Money Multiplier scratch-off ticket at the store on Route 52. Store owner Shahid Iqbal is at left.
Gretchen Dizer, center, of the New York Lottery draw team introduces Andrew Porter of Loch Sheldrake as Sullivan County's newest and richest lottery millionaire during a ceremony at Loch Sheldrake Food Mart on Wednesday, June 27, 2012. Porter purchased a winning $5 million Mega Money Multiplier scratch-off ticket at the store on Route 52. Store owner Shahid Iqbal is at left.
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Dave Resnick, of Sheboygan, attended a press conference Monday with his daughter, Alyssa Resnick. Resnick is a recent $1 million Powerball state lottery winner.
Dave Resnick, of Sheboygan, attended a press conference Monday with his daughter, Alyssa Resnick. Resnick is a recent $1 million Powerball state lottery winner.
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Patricia Todd, of Sevierville, is the winner of a $50,000 Powerball prize with a ticket purchased in South Knox County.
Patricia Todd, of Sevierville, is the winner of a $50,000 Powerball prize with a ticket purchased in South Knox County.
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