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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, October 26, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about surviving a small-plane crash, the new FFA stars, elk poaching and a roaming cougar.

If you've traveled on a small plane, have you wondered if you'd survive if it went down? Four people in two different crashes survived to tell the story this week.

Becoming a star in FFA is a big honor and deserves big recognition. The four this year came from Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri and Iowa.

Missouri conservation officers are looking for a poacher who shot and killed a weeks-old elk.

There's a cougar roaming around the Michigan UP. 

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