Nobody matched all six numbers on Monday's Powerball drawing. The $645 million jackpot now climbs to $687 million for the next drawing which will take place on Wednesday, March 20.

A total of six players managed to match all five non-Powerball numbers. This created new millionaires in Florida, Minnesota, Virginia, Maryland, and two in Texas. Only one of those players (Florida) spent the extra buck to Powerplay and doubled their prize to $2 million.

The winning numbers were 10-17-20-39-44, with a Powerball of 16.

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Texas Powerball Winners

The winning tickets were bought at Pepe's Drive-Thru in Donna, Texas...

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...and at the recently opened Swipe for Fuel in northeast Houston.

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Mega Millions Jackpot Nears $1 Billion

It has been over three months since the last Mega Millions jackpot winner. On December 8, 2023, two winning tickets matched all six numbers for the $395 million top prize. Those two tickets were purchased at the same convenience store in Encino, California. 😲😲

The Mega Millions jackpot has now climbed to $893 million for tonight's (3/19/24) drawing. The estimated cash-out option is $421.4 million.

The last time a Texas winner won the grand prize Mega Millions jackpot was on October 6, 2023. That winning ticket was purchased in San Angelo, Texas...READ MORE.

Yes or No on the Megaplier Option?

An extra dollar per ticket will allow you to play the Megaplier option. That one buck can help you multiply your non-jackpot winnings up to fivefold. It's your choice whether to opt in to Megaply, but it has cost Texas winners millions...READ MORE.

Texas Is Growing, Here Are The Fastest Growing Counties

Texas is experiencing a population explosion. Here are the top 10 fastest-growing counties in Texas from 2022 - 2023 (WFAA).

The Beauty of Boerne, Texas Awaits You in The Cave Without a Name

Nestled 80 ft underground in Boerne, Texas you will find the Cave Without a Name.

This cave is a wonder of nature. It is a natural limestone solutional cave. The cave is always a cool 66 degrees, a perfect escape from the Texas summer heat.

The Cave Without a Name is open 7 days a week, excluding Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Located at 325 Kreutzberg Rd, Boerne, TX, make plans to visit this beautiful National Nature Landmark. Reservations are highly encouraged.

Gallery Credit: Lori Crofford


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