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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, July 11, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about an explosion, grain bin entrapments, glyphosate lawsuits and drought.

A private contractor in Sun Prairie, Wis., hit a pipeline that caused an explosion.

There's been a rash of grain bin entrapments this summer, from Ohio to Iowa to Illinois. Some have been rescued, and some have died.

Hundreds of lawsuits that blame glyphosate for cancer will be brought against Monsanto.

Two people are going to jail in Michigan for luring a man to a cemetery and beating him.

The drought isn't getting any better in Missouri and Kansas. 

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