$1M Lottery Ticket Sold in Eastern Iowa Town

A Powerball ticket being sold. (KCRG-TV9 file photo)

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By Katie Stinson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Someone bought a Powerball lottery ticket worth $1 million at a convenience store in eastern Iowa.

State Lottery officials said Sunday that the winning ticket at a Kum & Go on Highway 38 in Tipton.

The ticket matched the first five numbers but not the Powerball number in Saturday's drawing.

The Kum & Go store in Tipton will receive a $1,000 bonus for selling the $1 million ticket.

A ticket sold in New York matched all the numbers to win Saturday's $130.3 million jackpot.

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