DEARBORN, Mo. (AP) - The Missouri couple who just hit it big in the Powerball lottery will take a lump-sum payment amounting to about $136 million after taxes.
State lottery officials introduced Mark and Cindy Hill on Friday at the high school in Dearborn, about 40 miles north of Kansas City. The Hills have 1 of 2 winning Powerball tickets in the record $588 million jackpot. The other was sold near Phoenix, Arizona.
Mark Hill is a mechanic. Cindy was laid off from her job as an office manager. They have three grown sons and a 6-year-old daughter adopted from China. They're now considering a second adoption.

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