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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, Dec. 4, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about doctor malpractice, continuing tariff uncertainty, football coaching, a streaking incident and a lighthouse job opportunity.

When a doctor surrenders his or her license to practice, they often go to another state. One doctor has done that in three states.

Uncertainty surrounding the Chinese soybean tariffs continues. There's been no sign of China in the pork market either.

The Urban Meyer coaching era at Ohio State will end with the Rose Bowl.

Ten high school football players were suspended last month in a northern Illinois town for streaking across the football field.

The state of Michigan is accepting applications for lighthouse keeper. 

 

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