Winning lottery ticket sold, unclaimed in southwest Kansas
By The Telegram
An unclaimed lottery ticket sold in southwest Kansas is worth $1 million.
The Powerball ticket for the Saturday drawing matched the first five numbers, but not the Powerball, giving the ticket holder an automatic $1 million win, according to the Kansas Lottery.
The winning numbers from Saturday's drawing were: 3-22-26-41-49; Powerball 18.
The 24 counties included in the southwest region are: Greeley, Wichita, Scott, Lane, Ness, Rush, Hamilton, Kearny, Finney, Hodgeman, Pawnee, Stanton, Grant, Haskell, Gray, Ford, Edwards, Kiowa, Morton, Stevens, Seward, Meade, Clark and Comanche.
The winning ticket may be claimed at Lottery headquarters in Topeka or the Lottery's Great Bend office.
The Powerball jackpot stands at an estimated $151 million (annuity) or $95.8 million (cash option) for Wednesday's drawing.
Super Kansas Cash had three $2,000 winners on Saturday, one in south-central Kansas and two in northeast Kansas. Those three tickets matched the first five numbers, but not the Super Cashball. The winning numbers were 12-15-23-31-32; Cashball 25.
The Super Kansas Cash jackpot for Monday was an estimated $940,000, which is paid in a cash lump sum.
For more information on games, promotions, winning numbers, and unclaimed prizes, or to join the free Kansas Lottery Players Club, visit www.kslottery.com