CHINO HILLS, Calif. (KABC) --Lottery fever is building once again in California as the Mega Millions jackpot swells to $415 million.
The jackpot stands at that amount after no one matched all six numbers Tuesday night.
In Friday night's drawing, the winning numbers were 20 41 42 45 49 and Mega 14.
No word was immediately available on whether anyone won the big jackpot in Friday's drawing.
As people go out to buy a possibly lucky ticket, the Chino Hills 7-Eleven has received a steady flow of customers. The retailer sold one of three Powerball tickets worth $1.5 billion in January. But to this day, the ticket holder has yet to step forward to claim their winnings.
Customers at the 7-Eleven hope lightning will strike twice. While their chances of winning are slim, it doesn't stop any of them from dreaming big.
"I could give some back to the community and then do my own thing like a record label. Change the world and all," resident Matt Pardo said.
The person who won the Powerball ticket still has six months to claim their prize before it goes away.