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$835K Lotto ticket bought in New Orleans

 

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The Louisiana Lottery Commission says a Lotto ticket bought in New Orleans is worth $835,701, but nobody won the jackpots for Easy 5 or the Powerball.

That means Wednesday's estimated Powerball jackpot rises to $70 million.  The estimated jackpots for Louisiana-only big-money lotteries are $250,000 for Lotto and $90,000 for Easy 5.

Ticket sales determine jackpots. The actual Lotto jackpot listed by the Louisiana Lottery Commission was $10,000 more than the estimated amount.

The second-biggest prize won in Louisiana for Saturday night's drawings was $10,000, for a Powerball ticket matching four numbers plus the Powerball.

Winning numbers drawn Saturday were:
-Powerball: 02-11-22-26-32; Powerball 19

-Lotto: 01-19-20-23-24-34

-Easy 5: 18-22-29-35-36


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