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Max Armstrong talks about Lums restaurant. (audio)

Stock up on mosquito repellent if you live in one of those areas that's received a lot of rain this spring. In Missouri, officials are investigating the death of an 8-year-old boy that they think could have been from West Nile.

Crop tours generally occur in late days of summer, usually August. You can get much better handle of conditions in fields. We've heard some are going out in June to Indiana and Illinois.

Do you remember Lums restaurant chain? Nationwide, at one time there were 400 restaurants in the U.S. The last one recently closed.

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue - it's the time of year for weddings. In one recent wedding, bride had her uncle in ceremony, he held sign saying he was her something blue as he was dressed in blue uniform.

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