Three Kentucky Lottery players matched all five white winning numbers to win the game's second prize of $1 million, lottery officials announced.
Million-dollar "Match 5" winning tickets also were sold in Ohio and Indiana, according to Powerball's website.
Linda Windey bought a $1 million Powerball tickets at Cincinnati South Travel Center on Richmond Road in Walton, lottery officials said. Windey came forward at a press conference Thursday morning and said she found out around 2:30 a.m. when she returned home from working at eBay Enterprise in Walton.
The other two winners were sold in Hazard and Paducah.
There are also five winners of the game's $50,000 prize in the Commonwealth.
One of those winning tickets was sold in Florence.
The other four were sold in Mt. Sterling, Harrodsburg, Benton and Hazard.
In Ohio, three winning $1 million tickets were sold in Cleveland, Toledo and Centerville, Ohio lottery officials said.
Jackpot-winning tickets were drawn in Chino Hills, CA, as well as locations in Tennessee and Florida, for Wednesday night's record-setting Powerball for $1.5 billion, the Associated Press reported .
That brings the total of winners to at least three.
The winning numbers in the largest Powerball ever are 8-27-34-4-19-10.
These winners - and any other yet-to-be-announced winning ticket buyers - will be able to choose annual payments over 29 years or opt for a lump-sum payment of about $930 million.
If you have one of the $1 million tickets, the Kentucky Lottery urges you to sign the back of it and contact lottery officials after 8 a.m. Eastern time Thursday: 502 560-1500.