A Nebraska woman says she just wants to pay off some bills and fix up her house after claiming the winning ticket to Saturday’s multi-million-dollar Powerball jackpot, sold at a convenience store in western Iowa. Jacquelyn Moore of Omaha is a regular customer at the Jump Start convenience Store in Carter Lake, where she buys gas and a newspaper. Moore, who says she’s a regular Powerball player, bought one Powerball ticket at the store last week – and it happened to be the winning ticket for the 14-point-four-million-dollar jackpot. Despite the hefty winnings, the 54-year-old mother of three says she has no plans of quitting her job as a mill operator.
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