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84-year-old Goria Mckenzie was spotted leaving lottery headquarters in Forida fter claiming her Powerball jackpot prize.
Mackenzie chose the lump sum payment, meaning she'll pocket just under $371 million of the $590 million jackpot.
She says someone was nice enough to let her go ahead of them in line to purchase what became the winning quick pick numbers more than two weeks ago.
The San Antonio Spurs are in Miami for their face-off with The Heat tonight.
The Spurs haven't played since May 27th when they swept the Memphis Grizzlies four games to none to make it to the NBA finals.
The defending champion Miami Heat beat the Indiana Pacers for their place in the finals.
The first game kicks off at 8:00 p.m. tonight.
The US government has a top secret court order requiring Verizon to turn over the phone records of millions of Americans, according to a report by The Guardian newspaper.
The order requires the records go to the national security agency on an "ongoing daily basis."
The Guardian reports it also requires sharing the phone numbers, location, time and duration of the calls, but does not require that the contents of conversations be turned over.
A 61-year-old woman has been pulled out alive from under the debris of a collapsed building in Philadelphia.
A vacant building that was being demolished collapsed onto a thrift store yesterday, killing six people and injuring more than a dozen others.
Search and rescue crews continued to search for victims overnight.
The center of tropical storm Andrea is forecasted to reach the coast of Florida this afternoon.
Andrea is the first-named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season.
A tropical storm warning is in effect for the west coast of Florida.
After reaching Florida, it's expected to move over southeastern Georgia and eastern South Carolina tonight and Friday.