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Morning-MidwestDigest-072018

Max Armstrong talks about RAGBRAI. (audio)

Intensive heat will be the story today with triple digit highs in Missouri and Arkansas.

Chamber of Commerce tells boaters in Ozarks to obey boating laws after fatalities on Table Rock Lake.

In Iowa, the injuires were minor but it was terrifying experience with tornadoes tore threw.

American Farm Bureau leaders expressed to Congress what farmers are feeling in current trade environment. A Texas member told Congress members that farmers and ranchers rely on trade each and every day to market products we work every day to grow. Farmers are worried about blowback from administration’s decision to put on those tariffs, he said.

They will hope for no severe storms in Iowa next week as ride across Iowa, also known as RAGBRAI takes place.

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