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MORNING Midwest Digest, June 15, 2018

Steve Alexander is in for Max and talks about the Red Power Roundup, FFA officer history, strengthening crop prices and more.

Tractor boy is attending the Red Power Roundup in Montgomery, Ala.

The 2018-19 FFA Illinois state officers made history being the first all-female team in history.

Corn and soybean producers are expected to see strengthening prices; livestock producers the opposite.

An Iowa man was driving as his truck was lifted and landed about 50 feet away during bad weather.

Gary, Ind. no longer has a school board. The state took over operations after amassing huge debt.

A Duluth, Minn., school has been closed due to rat infestation.

If traveling to Springfield, Ill., the Lincoln presidential library is offering walking tours.

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