MORNING-MidwestDigest-04-04-17

Max Armstrong talks about St. Louis boiler explosion and the tax deadline. (audio)

That boiler that exploded in St. Louis manufacturing facility flew 500 feet through the air. It crushed three people, killing two. They were new employees filling out paperwork.

GM is doing so well it once again owns airplanes to fly executives around. Its CEO is prohibited from flying commercial for security reasons.

The tax deadline this year is April 18. 

That was not the yellow brick road in Minnesota, it just looked like it after a farmer spilled a bunch of corn. Local highway crew used snowplow to clear the road.

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