One lucky person quit worrying about the plunging markets, layoffs and other economic woes Saturday night after winning the Wisconsin Megabucks lottery.
State Lottery spokesman Andrew Bohage said a single ticket matched all six numbers and won the jackpot, worth $9.1 million if the winner chooses to take the payments in 25 installments, or worth $5.1 million if the winner takes the one-time lump-sum cash payout.
Odds of winning the Megabucks jackpot are 1 in 7 million, Bohage said.
The Wisconsin Lottery says the winning ticket was purchased at the purchased at the Q-Mart store at 2420 Calumet Drive in Sheboygan.
The winner has 180 days to come forward and claim the prize.