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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, June 8, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about animal encounters, hog herd expansion and pardons and closures.

Yellowstone National Park is a beautiful national treasure. But every summer vacationers get too close to the animals. 

There's a SLIGHT expansion of the U.S. hog herd taking place. Globally, pork production accounts for 40% of meat and poultry consumed.

President Trump might pardon Mohamed Ali, but there's confusion because there's no pardon necessary.

The Sacred Feather in Madison, WI, will close next month after decades in business selling hats.

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