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Powerball jackpot rises to $320 million

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Tonight's drawing for the Power Ball Jackpot now sits at $320 million.

The jackpot has jumped over 70 million dollars since Saturday and it could possibly break the largest Power Ball jackpot ever.

The largest Powerball Jackpot was in February of 2006 at $365 million. It was won by one person in Nebraska.

Watch the video player to see Al Allen talk with metro Detroiters about what they would do if they won the big money.

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