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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, June 22, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about store closings, drought from 2012 and interest and mortgage rates.

Toys R Us are expected to close in the next week, and there are some good deals to find, still.

Facebook flashbooks can be interesting. The drought monitor that popped up from 2012 is a stark contrast from 2018. The "four-corners" area of the west has the most significant drought right now.

Despite the fact that interest rates are raising, the mortgage rates have fallen slightly.

Max received a birthday greeting from a 100-year-old woman with amazing penmanship.

A person in Illinois received a package that held 10 pounds of marijuana.

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