SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Two Mega Millions lottery tickets with five numbers from the record-setting $640 million, multistate Mega Millions but missing the Mega number were sold in San Diego and are each worth $227,955, a California Lottery official said Saturday.
The tickets with five numbers, but missing the Mega number were sold at the Scripps Arco at 12033 Scripps Summit Drive and the First and Ivy Market at 2170 First Ave.
There were 29 tickets with five numbers, but missing the Mega number, sold in California.
The following additional winning tickets were sold in California:
-- 156 tickets with four numbers and the Mega number, each worth $11,557;
-- 7,379 tickets with four numbers, each worth $162;
-- 8,623 tickets with three numbers and the Mega number, each worth $158;
-- 380,093 tickets with three numbers, each worth $7;
-- 143,798 tickets with two numbers and the Mega number, each worth $10;
-- 862,512 tickets with one number and the Mega number, each worth $3; and
-- 1,607,052 tickets with the Mega number, each worth $2.
Tickets with all six numbers were sold in Illinois, Kansas and Maryland.
The cash payout for each ticket would be $154 million. If a winner chooses the annual payment option, the payout would be $8.2 million a year for 26 years -- before taxes.
The numbers drawn Friday night were 2, 4, 23, 38, 46 and the Mega number is 23.
The odds of matching all five numbers and the Mega number is 1 in 175,711,536, according to the Mega Millions website.
The previous largest jackpot on record -- $390 million -- was won in the March 6, 2007, Mega Millions drawing.
The drawing was the 19th since the last time a ticket with all six numbers was sold.
The Mega Millions game is played in 42 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The jackpot for Tuesday's drawing will be $12 million.
Tuesday is one of the cheesiest days of the year. Sept. 18 is the made-up holiday of National Cheeseburger Day, and restaurants are celebrating with discounts and free burgers.
The San Diego City Council Monday unanimously approved a plan to revitalize the Midway and Pacific Highway communities by adding parkland, pedestrian pathways and increased capacity for housing and making a series of traffic improvements.
A fiery multi-vehicle crash on state Route 163 near Miramar sent one person to a hospital Tuesday morning.
Controversy swirled up again in Encinitas over a staircase project proposed for Beacon’s Beach. The city has long been looking to replace the iconic Switchback Trail leading to Beacon’s Beach with a concrete staircase but many residents are not embracing the idea.
Stretches of state Route 163 will be closed beginning Monday night and continuing through Friday morning for maintenance work and to reduce the height of the overpass at Friars Road, Caltrans announced.
Temperatures Tuesday are near average, continuing to cool through Friday. Gusty winds in the mountains and deserts from the afternoon through evening.
The 22-year-old man who was shot by sheriff's deputies near the ticket window of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club was arraigned at his hospital bed at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla on Monday.
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa said Monday that he plans to blast off on the first-ever commercial trip around the moon and will invite six to eight artists, architects, designers and other creative people on the weeklong journey.
A U.S. citizen was indicted by a federal grand jury in San Diego Monday on charges of stealing nearly $100,000 in Social Security disability benefits by concealing his overseas residency for almost a decade.