The ex-wife, Eileen Murray, has said she has no plans to reunite with him despite his new-found wealth. He remembers sitting and watching TV for half an hour after that, just stunned at what had happened. "You tell me what's the moral thing to do". He's spent $20 per week on tickets, on and off, for years.
"After that I'm basically locked in to what my lawyer and other people I have working for me tell me I can do", he said.
A mystery person found the ticket, and returned it to the store employees. I had to give him a lot of money in the divorce.
"It's going to change everything because I was unemployed", he said.
"I was very thankful there was an honest person out there because I thought it was gone", he said. "I was doing the right thing, and I'd do it again". Had the Good Samaritan wanted, they could have signed the back of the ticket and claimed the jackpot. How long did I work?
Jets to acquire All-Pro G Osemele
Osemele is a two-time Pro Bowler who has earned a reputation as one of the better offensive guards in the league. Osemele, 29, is scheduled to receive a base salary of $9.7 million in 2019 and $11.2 million in 2020.
Weirsky says he was a "bum" before and after high school, so maybe he'll be a "beach bum" now.
She said she won't be trying to get a portion of the lottery winnings.
Weirsky is taking the lump sum of $162.5 million and said he has bought a new truck and plans to buy a auto for his mother but has not made any other big decisions on how he will spend his fortune. He also wants to take his family on a vacation.
Following a recent divorce, 54-year-old Mike Weirsky has been struggling to find a job, but to no avail.
Turbulance injures at least 25 on flight into NY
The National Weather Service's Aviation Weather Center had issued warnings for pilots flying over parts of America's east coast. It was the second mishap on Saturday involving a plane in the NY metropolitan area.
Woman taking selfie attacked by jaguar at Wildlife World Zoo
An eye witness told CNN that he saw the woman's arm trapped in the jaguar's claws, and the animals teeth had dug into the flesh. It is reported that a guest ran over to help the woman who had crossed over a barrier to take a selfie with the jaguar .
Chiefs propose overtime changes after AFC title loss
The victor of the game's initial coin toss would choose whether to kick or receiver or choose which goal to defend. This rule relates to the Chiefs' lack of an offensive possession in overtime of the AFC championship game.