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Winning $1M Mega Millions ticket sold in Omaha

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(AP) Someone has won $1 million from a Mega Millions ticket bought in Omaha.

The numbers 8, 28, 36, 37, 57 and Mega Ball 8 were pulled Friday night. The Nebraska Lottery says those numbers matched one ticket bought at the No Frills Supermarket on West Center Road.

No ticket matched all the numbers, so the jackpot for Tuesday will be an estimated $30 million.

The winner has 180 days from Friday to claim his or her winnings at Nebraska Lottery headquarters in Lincoln.

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