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Max Armstrong talks about Lee Ermey. (audio)

We can blame it on that very active jet stream that continues to bring rain and snow to the Heartland and there’s more coming. Two feet of snow received in parts of Wisconsin.

We’ll see later today how much of corn crop has been planted. It’s usually at 10% by now.

That ag recall from company based in southern Indiana doesn’t affect Midwest consumers. Most of the eggs went along the East Coast.

Many people are remembering Lee Ermey, who was born near Emporia, Kansas.

The bridge authority is auctioning sections of Mackinaw Bridge. There are seven individual pieces weighing two tons apiece.

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