MIDDAY-MidwestDigest-01-25-17

Max Armstrong talks about weather in southern hemisphere and Michigan's Upper Peninsula. (podcast)

Flu and strep throat have been bad in schools in Wisconsin.

In Colorado Springs, thugs were brandishing an AK47 for a pizza holdup.

A Nebraska state senator stepped down this morning. He borrowed a phrase from Nixon. You won't have Bill Kintner to kick around anymore.

Weather in the southern hemisphere is quiet for the moment. Brazil is moist, just what they need. Observers in large soybean producing Mato Grosso say soybean yield prospects are well above average.

You've heard about skimmers on gas pumps taking your financial data. Someone skimmed data from an Indiana state trooper and used it to run up more than $1,000 in fraudulent charges.

It's been so warm in Michigan's Upper Peninsula that they have canceled the annual polar plunge.

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