Miami Beach Woman Wins $16 Million Florida Lotto Jackpot

Magali Prins Nogueira's ticket was a gift from her daughter

View Comments (
)
|
Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    Getty Images

    A Miami Beach woman had the winning ticket in a $16 million Florida Lotto jackpot.

    Magali Prins Nogueira chose to receive a one-time, lump-sum payment of $11,466,184.40, the Florida Lottery said Friday.

    The Odds of Winning Tonight's Powerball

    [MI] The Odds of Winning Tonight's Powerball
    Jason Gershman, a math professor at Nova Southeastern University, said winning the Powerball is all luck. Financial advisor Sebastian Guerra also discussed the slim odds of winning the lottery.

    Office Pool Pays Forward Lottery Winnings to Co-Worker

    Nogueira’s ticket, which was a gift from her daughter, was bought at the Publix located at 9400 Harding Ave. in Surfside.

    Florida Gov. Rick Scott Gives $15 Million to Broward Schools

    [MI] Florida Gov. Rick Scott Gives $15 Million to Broward Schools
    Florida Gov. Rick Scott presented a $15 million check to Broward Schools Monday as part of the state's School Recognition program. Piper Principal Enid Valdez, student Blaire Hirt and Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie comment.

    With her money, Nogueira hopes to buy a house, according to the Florida Lottery.

    $338M NJ Powerball Winner Makes Good on Child Support

    The Publix in Surfside received a $65,000 bonus commission for selling the jackpot-winning ticket.

    The next Florida Lotto drawing will be Saturday at 11:15 p.m.
     

    More Local Stories: