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Missouri couple wins half of $587 million Powerball lottery

(L - R) Cindy Hill talks about winning the record Powerball Lottery as son, Jason, daughter Jaiden husband Mark looks on during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning tickets for a record $588-million Powerball lottery from the Trex Mart truck stop in Dearborn,Missouri. REUTERS/Dave Kaup

(L - R) Cindy Hill talks about winning the record Powerball Lottery as son, Jason, daughter Jaiden husband Mark looks on during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of...more

(L - R) Cindy Hill talks about winning the record Powerball Lottery as son, Jason, daughter Jaiden husband Mark looks on during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning tickets for a record $588-million Powerball lottery from the Trex Mart truck stop in Dearborn,Missouri. REUTERS/Dave Kaup
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The Hill family holds an oversized check presented by Missouri Lottery director May Scheve (R) during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning tickets for a record $588-million Powerball lottery from the Trex Mart truck stop in Dearborn, Missouri. (L-R) Sons Jason, Cody, Jarod, adopted daughter Jaiden, and Cindy and Mark Hill. REUTERS/Dave Kaup

The Hill family holds an oversized check presented by Missouri Lottery director May Scheve (R) during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning tickets...more

The Hill family holds an oversized check presented by Missouri Lottery director May Scheve (R) during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning tickets for a record $588-million Powerball lottery from the Trex Mart truck stop in Dearborn, Missouri. (L-R) Sons Jason, Cody, Jarod, adopted daughter Jaiden, and Cindy and Mark Hill. REUTERS/Dave Kaup
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Mark Hill talks about winning the Powerball Lottery as he holds his six-year old adopted daughter Jaiden, during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning tickets for a record $588-million Powerball lottery from the Trex Mart truck stop in Dearborn, Missouri. REUTERS/Dave Kaup

Mark Hill talks about winning the Powerball Lottery as he holds his six-year old adopted daughter Jaiden, during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning...more

Mark Hill talks about winning the Powerball Lottery as he holds his six-year old adopted daughter Jaiden, during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning tickets for a record $588-million Powerball lottery from the Trex Mart truck stop in Dearborn, Missouri. REUTERS/Dave Kaup
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Cindy Hill talks about her feelings after discovering that she and her husband, Mark, won the record Missouri Powerball Lottery as Missouri lottery director May Scheve (L) looks on during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning tickets for a record $588-million Powerball lottery from the Trex Mart truck stop in Dearborn,Missouri. REUTERS/Dave Kaup

Cindy Hill talks about her feelings after discovering that she and her husband, Mark, won the record Missouri Powerball Lottery as Missouri lottery director May Scheve (L) looks on during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn,...more

Cindy Hill talks about her feelings after discovering that she and her husband, Mark, won the record Missouri Powerball Lottery as Missouri lottery director May Scheve (L) looks on during a news conference at the North Platte High School in Dearborn, Missouri, November 30, 2012. The Hill family bought one of the two winning tickets for a record $588-million Powerball lottery from the Trex Mart truck stop in Dearborn,Missouri. REUTERS/Dave Kaup
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