2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jim Koshick, of New Berlin."All of these are people who texted me friends from around the state and around town wanting to know if I won. They could borrow some money. (laughs)."
3. Tight of phone, with nats of Jim Koshick: " Sent me the numbers make sure I checked. (laughs)"
4. Koshick sitting at table
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Jim Koshick, of New Berlin. "I was hoping it was me but I wasn't that lucky. So then I thought 'well whoever it is you know. It would be great if I knew him. And I just hope they're kind. I hope they're generous.' You know it's a dream of a billion lifetimes so I'm really happy for whoever that is."
6. Koshick sitting at table
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7. SOUNDBITE (English) Jim Koshick, of New Berlin.""You know the money that you pay the two dollars you pay to buy a ticket, I can't buy a fantasy for two dollars that you get when you buy a lottery ticket just dreaming of everything that I would do with that money that's worth two bucks every time."
8. Jacqueline Walderyera at table
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9. SOUNDBITE (English) Jacqueline Walderyera, New Berlin. "It's awesome, completely awesome. I'm glad I didn't buy a ticket because I could've screwed up a whole winner being in New Berlin."
10. Jacqueline Walderyera at table
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11. SOUNDBITE (English) Jacqueline Walderyera, New Berlin "It is amazing. Amazing. New Berlin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Opening day for the Brewers. It's all falling into place just perfectly and it's my day off work."
12. Keith Schroeder at table
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13. SOUNDBITE (English) Keith Schroeder, New Berlin. "I bought three lottery tickets. So I feel like a loser today. (laughs)"
14. Keith Schroeder at table
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15. SOUNDBITE (English) Keith Schroeder, New Berlin "I guess that's good consolation if I didn't win it's good that somebody in the area did."
The Wisconsin Lottery says a single ticket that matched all six Powerball numbers to win the third-largest jackpot in U.S. lottery history was sold in a Milwaukee suburb.
The ticket worth an estimated $768.4 million, or a cash option of $477 million, was sold in New Berlin. The city of about 40,000 people is roughly 14 miles southwest of Milwaukee.
As he had his morning coffee at a local cafe, New Berlin resident Jim Koshick showed off dozens of text messages he's gotten from friends all over the state, asking him whether he was the winner. He says he's not.
The win comes almost exactly two years after Wisconsin hit its last Powerball jackpot, when a Milwaukee resident won $156.2 million on March 22, 2017.
The winning numbers are 16, 20, 37, 44 and 62. The Powerball number is 12. Powerball lists the odds for winning the grand prize as 1 in 292,201,338.