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One resident of Cedar Park in Austin is set to be $227 million richer after winning the Mega Millions jackpot from the Texas lottery Tuesday night.
The Texas LotteryWednesday, asking for the winner to come claim their prize.
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DETROIT (AP) — Red Wings season-ticket holder Matt Larson pays about $74 for two of the cheapest seats in Little Caesars Arena. The 32-year-old fan gets a pair of chairs set up behind a counter — giving him plenty of space for food and drink — in a spacious area perched near the rafters behind a net. "There's nothing better than watching hockey in person," Larson said recently while watching Detroit host Chicago in a preseason game. The RedThe 32-year-old fan gets a pair of chairs set up behind a counter — giving him plenty of space for food and drink — in a spacious area perched near the rafters behind a net.
The winning ticket was sold at Cedar Park Express Mart off Lakeline Boulevard. The lucky winner chose the numbers 6, 14, 24, 42, 46 and the Mega Ball number of 9. The winner has up to 180 days to claim their prize money, according to the Texas Lottery's official rules.
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