At least two lucky lottery players in the metro New Orleans area scored big in Tuesday night drawings.
A Mega Millions ticket matched five white balls for a prize of $1 million.
That ticket was sold in the 4600 block of General Degaulle Drive in New Orleans.
Another Mega Millions player matched four white balls and the Mega Ball for a jackpot of $5,000.
That ticket was sold at the Clearview Parkway Shellin the 4400 block of Clearview Parkway.
The winners have not yet come forward to be identified.
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The anticipated winter weather moving across our area has prompted officials to announce school closures for Wednesday.
All flights scheduled to arrive at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport before noon have been canceled or delayed, according to their website.
The following bridges and roadways are closed to due dangerous conditions caused by freezing weather.
More than 10,000 people were without power in St. Bernard Parish, according to Entergy's outage map.
Authorities in Jefferson Parish are on scene where a mother and her child crashed their SUV into the canal.
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Charges for the children's parents that may include torture and child endangerment could come Wednesday and a court appearance is scheduled for Thursday, authorities said.
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