Someone who bought a golden Mega Millions ticket in northeast Kansas is now the state’s all-time jackpot winner, but lottery officials said Saturday that the person hadn’t come forward to claim a share of the $640 million prize.
“It’s just unbelievable. Everyone is wanting to know who it is,” said Denise Metzger, manager of the MotoMart
With the Mega Millions jackpot skyrocketing to $640 million, the KMOX staff dreams of what they’ll do if they win it all.
With a jackpot so large, someone theoretically could buy up every possible number combination, thereby guaranteeing a winning ticket but doing so would mean putting up millions of dollars on the front end.
Charlie talks about the $1/2 billion+ Mega Millions jackpot, talks with the Rev. Larry Rice about the Anna Brown case; with Anthony “Tony” Sestric about his book, “57 Years: A History of the Freedom Suits in the Missouri Courts”; and with Opal Henderson,
who lost her property to the City by way of eminent domain and has not been paid.
What should you do if you win the lottery? Tom Ackerman with a spring training report. Dr. Joe on kids and germs.
Illinois Lottery officials say the first day of online lottery tickets brought in more than $15,000 in sales.
The annuity value of the prize was $319 million, with a cash value of $202.9 million. It ranks as the largest jackpot for a single winning ticket in the game’s history.