someone in Arizona is holding onto a $1 million ticket.

First, the bad news – there were no winners Wednesday night in the Powerball jackpot drawing, which is now "approaching world record territory" at an estimated $1.5 billion after no one matched all six numbers.

State lottery officials say the $1 million ticket was sold at a Maverik gas station in Flagstaff.

It matched all five white numbers in Wednesday's drawing, but not the Powerball.

Additionally, a Fantasy 5 player who bought a ticket at a Gilbert QuikTrip, located near Gilbert and Warner Roads, hit the $360,000 jackpot.

There were also seven $50,000 Powerball wins at the following locations:

– Safeway, located at 7920 E. Chapparal Rd. in Scottsdale (added PowerPlay: $100,000) – Circle K, located at 5105 E. Elliot Rd. in Phoenix – Circle K, located at 3989 W. Ray Rd. in Chandler – Circle K, located at 1015 S. Cooper Rd. in Chandler  – QuikTrip, located at 3445 W. Baseline Rd. in Laveen – QuikTrip, located at 2245 W. Valencia Rd. in Tucson – Speedway located at 701 E. Hwy 260 in Payson

pair of $50,000 lottery tickets from Monday's drawing were sold in Arizona. The first was sold at a Cobblestone Auto Spa near the Loop 101 and Frank Lloyd Wright in Scottsdale, and the second was sold at a QuikTrip in Glendale near 67th and Glendale Avenues.

Arizona; Powerball jackpot

Arizona; Powerball jackpot