MORNING-MidwestDigest-02-23-17

Max Armstrong talks about the Dakota Access pipeline. (podcast)

The clean up continues this morning at site of Dakota Access Pipeline protest in North Dakota. Some protesters set fire to tepees before they left. At one point, as many as 10,000 people were at protest site.

As search goes on for who killed two teen girls, an audio of the girls last moments has been released. The audio contains chilling words, "down the hill" uttered by the killer.

Key government data will be released at ag outlook forum this week in Washington, D.C.

Increase number of jobs to around 2,000 at hog processing facility in Sioux City, Iowa, with addition of second shift. The plant will be able to harvest 6 million hogs annually.

Nashville, Tenn., experiencing wave of new restaurants. 

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