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MIDDAY-MidwestDigest-081518

Max Armstrong talks about crop conditions. (audio)

There are those dry pockets in the Heart of America where the crops look terrible, but from opposite ends of the Corn Belt, I’m hearing that the crop looks very good. Crops are looking outstanding in Nebraska. In northwest Ohio, it looks just too good.

Do you let your dogs kiss you? Do they kiss you on the lips? Play and lick her children every day. Capnocytophaga, a pathogen linked to recent illnesses in Wisconsin is found in dog and cat saliva. Disease is extremely rare.

Coliseum in Illinois State Fairgrounds has been closed for past two years because it was unsafe. Governor and First Lady announced $1 million contribution yesterday to help rehabilitate and rename.

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