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    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here are the latest stories trending on the web!

    Will the New Jersey Powerball winner please stand up?

    The winner of Saturday night's $338 million Powerball jackpot wants to remain a mystery a while longer. The winner has a year to come forward and claim the prize.

    New Jersey lottery officials cleared up confusion about where the winning ticket was sold. There had been reports it was sold to a truck driver in Bordertown, New Jersey, but that's not the case. Eagle Liquor in Passaic will get $10,000 for selling the winning ticket.

    The lump sum on this weekend's jackpot is $221 million.

    Even Siri couldn't see FGCU's Sweet 16 run coming

    If you paid attention last week's first round of basketball games, then you are already familiar with the weekends biggest headline-Florida Gulf Coast university.

    In their first tournament ever, FGCU has become the highest seed to make it to the sweet 16. The basketball team got a huge welcome home early Monday when a crowd of chanting fans and students greeted them as they got off the bus.

    The small Fort Myers school is breaking brackets and making history. The school has only been in a Division One program for six years. The players are already calling themselves Dunk City and rightfully so.

    Arguably no team is having more fun in the tournament than these guys.

    The Eagles play the third-seed University of Florida Gators on Friday in Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.

    Great White Shark gets head into Shark Diving Cage

    Thrill-seekers off the coast of South Africa had a close encounter with what was described as a great white shark.

    Video posted online showed divers in a shark-proof cage when a great white shark swam up and wedged its head inside the cage. The divers moved out of the way while the shark thrashed around for a few seconds, and finally made its way out

    As it turns out, the man closest to the shark was a honeymooner, and the man who shot the video apologized for his language.

    The video has already received a million views since this weekend.

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