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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, August 2, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about rebuilding after a tornado, a record-breaking wheat harvest and falling off a cliff.

It's been two weeks since an Iowa community was blasted by a tornado. Some are already rebuilding, and others are still digging out.

More than 270 combines lined up in a wheat field to harvest a field in Manitoba, Canada, to set a record for the number of combines operating in a field at once time. Some farmers came from more than 500 miles, to support a fundraiser for a camp.

A man died in Wisconsin after falling from a cliff in a Wisconsin state natural area. 

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