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MORNING Midwest Digest, July 3, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about tornado deaths, wildfires, crop conditions and more.

This is the second year in seven decades no one died in a tornado in May or June.

The 5-ton tractor that went missing last week during a tornado is still missing.

Wildfires are still burning that started from an illegal campfire.

Corn and soybean crops slightly deteriorated this week. The worst corn and soybean crops are in Missouri and Kansas.

The people who care for folks in a nursing home are very special people. 

There's a big party in St. Louis for the grand reopening of the arch. 

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