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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, August 20, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about Ohio State football happenings, rain impact on soybean yield, fleeing police in a canoe and a concert cut short.

We could learn the outcome of the Ohio State football coach Meyer this week. Investigators are looking into how much and when he knew about abuse allegations from an assistant coach.

Weekly crop bulletins won't fully account for any soybean yield improvement that may have come from recent rains. 

A Michigan man fled from police in a canoe. He was arrested after trying to raid a marijuana growing operation.

Fans of Florida Georgia Line after the concert was cut short. Fair officials were concerned about the storms. 

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