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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, Nov. 5, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about Girl Scouts killed while cleaning the highway, celebration of angus beef, the Western Auto sign in Kansas City and a cheese quiz.

Three Girl Scouts and a parent were killed on Saturday doing highway cleanup. 

Members of the American Angus Association gathered over the weekend, celebrating 40 years of selling angus beef.

Max will be in Kansas City for the National Association of Farm Broadcasters, looking at the sign for Western Auto sign, which has loomed over the downtown area for decades. 

A Milwaukee Bucks fan was put on the spot at the stadium and asked to name as many types of cheese as she could. She named 27 kinds of cheese in 30 seconds.

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