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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The 41-drawing streak had ended after someone in California won the record Powerball jackpot of $2.04 billion.

Due to a technical issue, the Powerball drawing was delayed Monday night and performed Tuesday just before 8 a.m.

Though there were no jackpot winners in the Show-Me State, Missouri Lottery players won a combined $3.2 million in Powerball prizes, including two $1 million winning tickets, a $100,000 winner and six tickets worth $50,000 each, including one sold at the Whistle Stop off Highway 40 in Odessa, Missouri.

The two $1-million winning tickets were sold at the same general store in Rosebud, Missouri.

The winning numbers from the Nov. 7 drawing were 10, 33, 41, 47 and 56, and the Powerball number was 10. Players have exactly 180 days from the drawing – until May 6, in this case – to claim their prizes.

Amount Won:Retailer:Address:
$1 millionRosebud General Store248 Highway 50, Rosebud
$1 millionRosebud General Store248 Highway 50, Rosebud
$100,000 (Power Play winner)7-Eleven6085 N. Lindbergh Blvd., Hazelwood
$50,000Whistle Stop200 W. Highway 40, Odessa
$50,000Clayton & Big Bend Service7001 Clayton Drive, St. Louis
$50,000Patterson Phillips 662885 Patterson Road, Florissant
$50,000Kum & Go305 W. South St., Ozark
$50,000Schnucks Market1060 Schnucks Woods Mill Plaza, Town & Country
$50,000 (Double Play winner)Clayton & Big Bend Service7001 Clayton Drive, St. Louis

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