Minn. couple claim $1 million prize from old Powerball ticket

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Kristi Himle of Claremont, Minn. has been driving around for more than seven months with a lottery ticket worth $1 million in her glove box, the Post Bulletin reports.

On. Nov 24, Himle discovered the winning Powerball ticket while searching her car for registration information. The ticket was from the April 21 drawing.

Himle's husband, Dennie, had the ticket scanned and was told it was worth more than $30,000. He discovered later on the Minnesota State Lottery website that it was worth $1 million.

The ticket was sold in Faribault.

Another $1 million ticket was sold in Winona County during the frenzy for a mega Powerball jackpot of more than $500 million on Wednesday. The winner has not yet come forward.

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