After last week's excitement of a person in Holt who won $1 million dollars in the Powerball drawing with a ticket purchased at the Holt Fine Wine & Spirits, there's some more excitement this morning as the Michigan Lottery says that TWO lottery tickets sold in Michigan for last night's world record Mega Millions jackpot matched five white balls and won the runner-up prize worth $1 MILLION DOLLARS each. (Thirteen tickets in Michigan are also worth $10,000).

Around 6:15am, the Michigan Lottery posted the exact locations in Michigan where the winning tickets were sold. One winning million dollar ticket was sold at Ric's Food Center in Mount Pleasant and the other winning ticket was sold at Bricks in Grandville. So, if you've been in the Mount Pleasant area or the Grand Rapids area lately, you may be in luck!

And yes, someone DID win the world record jackpot of $1.6 billion. The winning ticket was sold in South Carolina. Here are the winning numbers from Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing: 5-28-62-65-70 and the mega ball was 5. Click here to find out more.

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