LOS ANGELES (AP) — The latest on winners in the world-record Powerball drawing (all times local):

1:30 p.m.

The holder of the winning Powerball ticket sold in Tennessee has not been revealed, but Munford Mayor Dwayne Cole hopes they live in the town of about 6,000 people.

Officials said Thursday that one of three winning tickets for Wednesday night's world-record Powerball drawing was sold at Naifeh's grocery store in Munford. The working-class town is located about 25 miles north of Memphis.

Munford is a place where folks greet each other at the gas station by name. Townspeople took great pride when the Munford High School band performed at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade last year.

Cole wants the winner to invest in Munford, which has an annual budget is about $3.7 million. He says he hopes the winner would "recognize the benefit to be benevolent to the people of the town."

Cole rattles off the list of needs: fire department equipment, an indoor athletic practice facility for local schools and a community gymnasium.

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12:10 p.m.

A family-owned grocery store in a small Tennessee town sold one of the three Powerball jackpot tickets.

Rebecca Hargrove, president of the Tennessee Lottery Corp., presented a $25,000 check to Dana Naifeh, owner of Naifeh's grocery store in Munford.

The lottery also gave Naifeh's a fake large purple check with yellow stars on it. A news conference was held between two checkout stations. As the briefing was taking place, customers were buying groceries.

Naifeh said she planned to share some of the bounty with store employees, but was not sure what to do with the rest of it.

The winner has 180 days to come forward in Tennessee. The other winning tickets were sold at a 7-Eleven in Chino Hills, California, and a Publix supermarket in Melbourne Beach, Florida. The California store won $1 million and the Publix won $100,000.

None of the ticket winners have come forward yet.

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11:30 a.m.

A California Lottery spokesman is encouraging the state's Powerball winner to be prepared with lawyers, accountants and financial planners.

Russ Lopez said Thursday that getting such a windfall is the start of a "new journey."

The winner has one year from Wednesday's drawing to contact lottery officials.

Lopez presented a symbolic check to Balbir Atwal, the owner of the Chino Hills 7-Eleven that sold one of three winning tickets. Atwal will split $1 million with 7-Eleven.

Atwal, who came to the U.S. from India in 1981, owns four 7-Elevens. He says he will share his winnings with employees and family, and give some to charity.

The other winning tickets were sold in Tennessee and Florida.

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10:10 a.m.

The owner of a 7-Eleven in California that sold a winning Powerball jackpot ticket is an Indian man who came to the United States in 1981.

Balbir Atwal previously worked as a salesman for an electronics company and decided he wanted to start his own business. So at age 27, he bought his first 7-Eleven. He now owns four stores. The one in Chino Hills, where the winning ticket was sold, was the third franchise he purchased and he has owned it for 24 years.

The other winning jackpot tickets were sold in Florida and Tennessee.

Chino Hills has 78,000 residents and Mayor Art Bennett describes the city as a rural-style suburb where cows can be seen grazing on hillsides. He says it would be hard to find anything else that has generated this much public interest in the city.

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8:50 a.m.

Lottery officials say that in addition to the three winning jackpot tickets sold in the world-record Powerball lottery, there were eight tickets that won $2 million and 73 that netted $1 million.

The stores that sold the winning jackpot tickets will be rewarded as well. A 7-Eleven in Chino Hills, California, will get $1 million. A Publix grocery store in Melbourne Beach, Florida, will get $100,000 and an unidentified store in the small Tennessee town of Munford will get $25,000.

The jackpot of $1.6 billion will be split three ways. The winners overcame odds of 1 in 292.2 million to land on the numbers drawn Wednesday night. They can take the winnings in annual payments spread over decades or a smaller amount in a lump sum.

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8:30 a.m.

The owner of the California 7-Eleven that sold one of three winning Powerball jackpot tickets says he was at home when a friend called to tell him that someone in Chino Hills had won.

Balbir Atwal says he didn't know the ticket was purchased at his store until he turned on the TV.

When he arrived at the store, Atwal found people cheering in the parking lot. He says the win is going to bring a lot of business.

Chino Hills resident Michael Fahim says he's happy the ticket was sold in his hometown, even if he didn't win. The real estate broker bought 20 tickets.

He says the jackpot will put Chino Hills on the map. The San Bernardino County suburb is about 35 miles from Los Angeles.

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7:50 a.m.

The top lottery official in Tennessee is on the way to the town where one of three winning tickets for the world-record Powerball jackpot was sold.

A news release says Tennessee Lottery President Rebecca Hargrove is on her way to Munford, which is about 25 miles north of Memphis. The lottery president will announce the retailer and present it a check for $25,000.

The winning ticket will share the $1.6 billion jackpot with winners in Southern California and Florida.

The winning numbers in Wednesday night's drawing are 4-8-19-27-34 and Powerball 10.

The winners can opt for annual payments over decades or a lump-sum payment.

None of the winners have come forward yet.

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4:35 a.m.

Florida lottery officials say the winning ticket in the record Powerball jackpot for that state was sold at a grocery store in Melbourne Beach.

The ticket — one of three winning tickets that will share in the $1.6 billion jackpot — was sold at a Publix grocery store in coastal Florida.

The two other winning tickets were sold in Chino Hills, California; and Munford, Tennessee.

The winning numbers in Wednesday night's drawing are 4-8-19-27-34 and Powerball 10.

The winners can opt for annual payments over decades or a lump-sum payment.

None of the winners' identities have yet been revealed.

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1:40 a.m.

Lottery officials in Tennessee say the winning ticket for the record Powerball jackpot in their state was sold in Munford, north of Memphis.

The holder of that ticket will share the $1.6 billion jackpot with winners in Southern California and Florida.

A news release from Tennessee lottery officials says the state also has a ticket that won $2 million.

The winning numbers in Wednesday night's drawing are 4-8-19-27-34 and Powerball 10.

The winners can opt for annual payments over decades or a lump-sum payment.

None of the winners' identities have yet been revealed.

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12:15 a.m.

The world's biggest lotto jackpot will be split three ways.

California Lottery spokesman Alex Traverso told The Associated Press early Thursday morning that the three previously announced winning tickets in the record $1.6 billion Powerball drawing represent all the grand-prize winners. No more will be forthcoming.

The tickets matching all numbers — 4-8-19-27-34 and Powerball 10 — were sold in Florida, Tennessee and Southern California.

The winners can opt for annual payments over decades or a lump-sum payment.

None of the winners' identities have yet been revealed.