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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, Nov. 15, 2019

Steve Alexander is in for Max, and talks about thin ice accidents, a whistleblower, a surgeon in South Dakota, changes in Illinois politics and more.

The unseasonably cold weather has caused ice to form on some Minnesota lakes and Upper Midwest rivers. Which has caused people to have to be rescued from falling through the thin ice.

A Wisconsin National Guard officer blew the whistle on sexual misconduct, and he's now fighting for his medical benefits.

A South Dakota surgeon denies charges that he made millions of dollars performing unnecessary surgeries.

There's a change coming to Illinois politics.

Nebraska State Patrol pulled over two cars within two hours for speeding, and both cars had drugs in them.

Max Armstrong was inducted into the farm broadcaster hall of fame.

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