And the Winning Numbers Are... - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

And the Winning Numbers Are...

(AP) - It's time to check those tickets...

The winning numbers in Wednesday night's big Powerball lottery drawing were selected at 8 p.m.

Here are the lucky numbers: 17, 28, 38, 39 and 51.

The Powerball selected was 33.

The jackpot is estimated at $250 million, which gets slashed to a still-hefty $156 million for players who choose the cash option.

No lottery players matched all the winning numbers in Saturday's Powerball drawing, pushing the jackpot up for tonight's drawing.

It's been more than six weeks since a ticket sold in Elkton, Maryland won a $128.8 million jackpot. A Pennsylvania couple purchased that winning ticket but refused to have their identity disclosed.

No one has matched all the winning numbers since.

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