No one has stepped forward today to identify themselves as the lucky holder of a 37 million-dollar Powerball ticket sold at a gas station in Thiensville.
The ticket-holder was the sole winner of last night's jackpot in the multistate lottery. The Wisconsin Lottery says the ticket was sold at Thiensville Self Serve Mobil.
An employee there says no one's come forward. He declined to give out a phone number for the store's manager or owner.
The winning numbers were nine, eleven, 22, 24 and 43. The Powerball was two and the PowerPlay prize multiplier was four.
And in Dane County, a Megabucks ticket is worth nearly two million dollars.
The ticket has the six winning numbers of five, 13, 20, 43, 45 and 46. It was sold at the Kwik Trip in Marshall.
The lottery winners each have 180 days to claim their prizes.