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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, July 30, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about graffiti problems, corn yield possibilities, a wind field death and wired hotel rooms.

The vice president of the U.S. has joined local politicians in Indiana in condemning graffiti found at a synagogue in Caramel, Ind.

How high will the corn yield be on the crop that looks so good right now? Pollination, about complete, has gone well. Analysts believe the yield could be as good as last years, maybe better?

Iowa authorities continue to investigate the death of a crane operator at a wind field.

In the future, your hotel room may be wired, making you more connected than you maybe want to be. Amazon may offer Alexa services to hotels.

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