Two winning tickets to the $587.5 million Powerball drawing were sold, one in Missouri and one in Arizona. While the Arizona winner has yet to emerge (is it this man?), the winner in Missouri had a press conference today with state lottery officials—and it's Mark and Cindy Hill. Mark Hill works the night shift at a hot dog and deli packaging plant, while Cindy Hill, who bought $10 of Quick Pick tickets, was laid off as an office manager last year. She said, "I was just telling my daughter the night before, 'Honey, that probably never happens (people winning)."

The Hills, who have three grown sons and a six-year-old daughter who they adopted from China, described themselves as "stunned" and said the experience is "surreal." Cindy Hill didn't realize she had the winning numbers until the next day (she had left the ticket in her car)—she checked them after dropping off their daughter at school, "I called my husband and told him, 'I think I am having a heart attack.' I think we just won the lottery!"

Her husband, who had been sleeping, said he would meet her at his mother's house. There, he needed to see the ticket for himself, "You know it's the Show Me State, so he said, 'Show me." So far, they haven't had time to think about what they want to do—Mark Hill would like a Camaro and their daughter would like a horse. They may also adopt another child from China and are expecting to help relatives with college tuition; they are also interested in establishing a scholarship at their hometown high school.

They are aware of potential pitfalls of winning (as a lump payment, their share is $192.5 million, or $136.5 million after taxes). Cindy Hill said, "When it's that big of a Powerball, you're going to get people coming out of the woodwork, some of them might not be too sane. We have to protect our family and grandkids."

Their sons shared their reactions. One said that Mark Hill told him first, "Don't say anything!" while another said that their mother texted him, "Call me ASAP" but he was wary because she usually just asks who an actor was in a movie—when she told him the news, he didn't believe her for hours and needed confirmation from his grandfather in case his mom was pranking him, "I was really excited for them, but then I got nervous for them."

One son, Jason, said, "I hope we stay grounded. I hope we stay the great people we were yesterday and the day before. I hope it doesn't get too chaotic for us."