A Snohomish woman is taking home a $200,000 Powerball jackpot.
The Herald newspaper of Everett reports that Boeing employee Sarah Heter stopped at a convenience store in Tacoma last weekend and bought $5 worth of tickets after visiting her granddaughter, a student at Pacific Lutheran University.
She checked the numbers Monday night and found out she'd matched five out of six - all except the Powerball.
She says she'll buy her granddaughter a television and put the rest of the money toward retirement.
Never miss a local story.
Washington Lottery added Powerball to it game line up on last year. Since then, four people in the state have won $200,000 jackpots and 47 have won $10,000.