MORNING-MidwestDigest-06-26-17

Max Armstrong talks about weather in the Dakotas. (audio)

A U.S. Air Force Thunderbird pilot appears to be recovering well. Capt. Eric Gonsalves was extricated from airplane that overturned after crashing at Dayton International Airport.

The website for the governor of Ohio was hacked and displayed pro-ISIS propaganda.

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue is going to allow emergency grazing on CRP acres in North and South Dakota and Montana. Ranchers in hardest hit areas are already culling herds.

What's next in the Dakotas? Cold and frost. After record low temperatures over the weekend, farmers are out inspecting their crops as there might have been frost. It got to 39 in Pierre, S.D. Tomorrow should be over 90 degrees.

Tractor pull from Tomah, Wis., shows John Deere pulling tractor rearing up and collapsing down before falling on side. Driver was protected by roll cage on tractor.

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