The winners of a pair of recent $100 million-plus lottery jackpots will come forward to claim their prizes Friday in Lansing.
The winning ticket in Saturday's $128 million Powerball drawing was sold at an adult video and book store in Highland Park.
And whoever earned a $140 million Mega Millions payday bought the ticket for the Oct. 29 drawing at a convenience store in Gladstone.
The Detroit Free Press says the identities of the winners finally will be made public at the Michigan Lottery's headquarters.
The newspaper says it's the first time in Michigan Lottery history that jackpot winners will collect their winnings at the same time.
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