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MORNING Midwest Digest, June 25, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about the racing community, grain market prices, hot air balloon rescues and burning barns.

A tweet from Dale Earnhardt Jr. spoke volumes to the racing community. A sprint car driver died on Saturday night after a crash during a race.

Grain market prices fell again last night. Too much rain may be playing a part.

In Michigan, two fishermen rescued the pilot of a hot air balloon after it crashed into a lake.

Smoke in the sky outside of Omaha, Neb., was from barns that burned.

Old Navy is selling $1 flip-flops. But the small print says you have to buy at least $50 in merchandise to get the discount.

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