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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, July 23, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about murder conviction, weekend rainfall, lamb industry and helping out the hometown.

It wasn't quite 3 years ago when 2 firefighters died in Kansas City. This morning, a woman was convicted of several charges, including murder, for starting that fire.

Weekend rains helped in eastern areas of the Corn Belt. However 40% of the Ohio area is still 2 inches under normal.

If the U.S. lamb industry can change some, producers could capture more income by shifting lambing season. 

A 21-year-old man went home to Wisconsin to run his hometown newspaper in Mondovi. 

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