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$10,000 lottery tickets sold in Kenosha, Kiel

UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News)  You did not win the $399-million Powerball jackpot unless you bought your ticket in South Carolina. A ticket sold at a highway gas station in Lexington, South Carolina won the fourth-largest lottery prize in U-S history.

In Wisconsin just over 58,000 players won smaller prizes last night. That's about seven times the number for a drawing when the jackpot is near the relatively-paltry minimum of $40-million. Two tickets sold in Wisconsin won $10,000 each by matching four regular numbers plus the Powerball. Those tickets were sold in Kenosha and Kiel. About half of the Badger State's winners won four-dollars apiece, by matching the Powerball.

Last night's numbers were 7, 10, 22, 32, and 35. The Powerball was 19. The top prize goes back to the $40-million minimum for Saturday night's drawing.

The Mega Millions' jackpot is at $145-million-dollars for Friday night.