CLEVELAND - The $245 million Powerball jackpot didn't go to anyone who bought a ticket in Ohio, but the state does have two $200,000 winners.
The Ohio Lottery says those tickets were sold in New Richmond, southeast of Cincinnati, and in the Cleveland suburb of Lakewood. They matched five numbers Wednesday, without the Powerball.
Only one ticket out of the millions sold nationwide had all the winning numbers. That very valuable ticket was purchased in Connecticut.
The jackpot for the twice-weekly lottery game had been rolling over without a top winner since September 14th. The big prize now resets to $20 million for the next drawing, on Saturday.
Wednesday's winning numbers were 12, 14, 34, 39 and 46. The Powerball was 36, and the Power Play was four.