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Check your tickets! $10,000 winning ticket sold in Oklahoma

Posted: Jan 13, 2021 / 12:46 PM CST / Updated: Jan 13, 2021 / 12:46 PM CST

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. (KFOR) – Although no one won the $625 million Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday night, lottery officials say Oklahomans need to check their tickets!

Thanks to months without a winner of the big prize, Tuesday night’s Mega Millions jackpot was $625 million, the largest lottery prize in nearly two years.

The winning numbers in Tuesday night’s drawing of the Mega Millions game were: 12-14-26-28-33, Mega Ball: 09.

The Oklahoma Lottery announced that a $10,000 winning ticket for the Mega Millions drawing was sold at a Mighty Mart in Broken Arrow.

The next winning numbers for the Mega Millions jackpot will be drawn on Friday.

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Bills filed in Oklahoma Senate to help support meat processing industry

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A state senator filed two bills to help Oklahoma’s meat producers by improving and expanding the inspection process.

“Not only are we one of the top beef producing states in the U.S., I firmly believe we produce the best beef on the planet. However, the time has come that we protect our producers and our processors, so we can keep that title,” said Sen. David Bullard, R-Durant, who filed the bills on Tuesday. “I’ve filed two bills regarding beef and meat production in our state. One establishes the rules for a bill passed last year and will aid our producers and processors and offer them more marketing options for their product. The other bill will add sovereignty to Oklahoma producers as well as add pork and poultry.”

Trial begins against man accused in 94-year-old metro woman’s murder

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The first day of testimony against Robert Hashagen, a man accused in the 2013 murder of a 94-year-old woman, was marked with graphic photos and descriptions of violence.

Prosecutors alleged that in 2013, Hashagen duct-taped Evelyn Gooddall’s arms and legs, then placed furniture on top of her. Ultimately, her cause of death was blunt force trauma.

Released sex offender on probation captured in South Oklahoma while wanted in four counties

GRADY COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – Four different Oklahoma sheriffs were searching for an aggravated sex offender on probation, facing several felony warrants.

Johnny Simmons was released from prison in June 2020 to serve a suspended sentence as long as he registered as a sex offender and checked in with his sex offender officer.

Although no one won the $625 million Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday night, lottery officials say Oklahomans need to check their tickets!

Two Oklahomans become millionaires after winning lottery 48 hours apart

Posted: Dec 8, 2020 / 11:57 AM CST / Updated: Dec 8, 2020 / 03:32 PM CST

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Officials say two lucky Oklahomans have just become millionaires.

On Dec. 3, the first ‘Lucky for Life’ top prize winning ticket was drawn from Oklahoma.

Just 48 hours later, Oklahoma’s first Lotto America jackpot winner was drawn. As a result, lottery officials say the two lucky winners became the 65th and 66th Oklahoma Lottery millionaires.

“The Oklahoma Lottery is excited about this winning event and is eager to crown our next two Oklahoma millionaires,” said Jay Finks, Executive Director of Oklahoma Lottery. “This is our first Lotto America™ jackpot winner and our first Lucky for Life top prize winner.”

The ‘Lucky for Life’ ticket was purchased at Coop’s Stop N Shop, located at 210 W. 4th Avenue in Bristow, Oklahoma.

The winner will take home $1,000 a day for life for a minimum of 20 years, or they can take the cash option of $5.75 million.

Saturday’s winning Lotto America ticket was purchased at Love’s Travel Stops, located at 3020 N.W. Williams in Woodward, Oklahoma.

That winner will take home $3.5 million or they can take the cash option of $2.66 million.

If you won either jackpot, you can find out how to claim your prize in person on the lottery’s website.

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