One person woke up much richer this weekend, after purchasing a winning Powerball ticket at a liquor store in Southeast Michigan.

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The winning ticket for Saturday's (10/7) Powerball drawing is worth $1 million. It was purchased at Northview Wine Shoppe in Macomb. The winning numbers for Saturday's drawing were 47, 54, 57, 60, and 65. The Red Powerball number was 19 and the Power Play option was 3X.

How Many Million Dollar Tickets Were Sold?

In addition to the $1 million winning ticket sold in Michigan, there were nine other $1 million dollar tickets sold in California, Kansas, Louisana, Massachusettes, Ohio, Texas, and Wisconsin. Two players in Massachusetts and Texas were lucky enough to snag $1 million winning tickets.

However, no one won Powerball's grand prize, matching all the numbers to claim the $1.4 billion jackpot. Tonight's jackpot (10/9) swells to $1.55 billion.

Record-Setting, Back-to-Back Jackpots

No one has claimed the Powerball jackpot since July 19 when a single ticket sold in California was worth $1.08 billion.

This is the first time in Powerball history that back-to-back jackpots have grown to more than $1 billion.


$5.6 Million Luxury in the Most Expensive Home for Sale in Genesee County

Three floors of pure luxury can be yours. Listed for $5,600,000, this estate located on Silver Lake in Fenton, Michigan is the most expensive home currently for sale in Genesee County. With just over 16,000 square feet of living space with 5 stunning bedrooms and 8 elegant bathrooms. The home also sits on beautiful property with h 378 feet of frontage on the popular Fenton lake, and pristine landscaped grounds that make the property an instant standout. Take a look inside.

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Five Michiganians Whose Lives Were Ruined After Winning Big Lottery Jackpots

We all think winning the lottery would solve all of our problems. But you know what they say: "Be careful what you wish for."

Take a look at these five Michigan residents who won life-changing money from the Michigan Lottery. Unfortunately, all of their lives took a drastic turn for the worse after their wins.

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Inside the $5.9M Cedar-Clad 'Boardwalk Cottage' on Mackinac Island

This is everything you thought it would be - and more. If you have strolled the whimsical streets of Mackinac Island not far from downtown, you have surely seen the "Boardwalk Cottage". The unique cedar-clad home is a standout for its design and beauty, and it's no wonder considering who owns the home. The home was built in the 1980s by the McIntire family, the previous owners of The Hotel Iroquois on the island for over 65 years. Much like the hotel that they brought to a legendary stage, the 4200 square foot home is considered one the island's finest.

Inside the home, you will find three bedrooms, each with its own sitting area, walk-in closet, and private bath, each overlooking the Straits of Mackinac. The first-floor master suite will have you waking up with spectacular views of Lake Huron. The outside offers amazing space for entertaining and just taking in all the beauty the home is surrounded by.

Take a look inside.

Gallery Credit: Jane Fisher, Gaslight Group Properties via Zillow

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Stacker celebrates history's most boundary-pushing—and thereby controversial—songs from 1930 through today.

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