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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, Nov. 9, 2018

Steve Alexander is in for Max, and talks about a Wisconsin martyr, the largest soybean crop, greyhound racing, removal of wind turbines and turkey naming.

A Stevens Point, Wis., resident has been named a martyr by Pope Francis in Vatican City. 

The USDA show we're harvesting the largest soybean crop on record. Selling those beans is proving difficult because of tariffs.

The crop report estimates the corn crop as the second largest this year.

The state of Florida will ban greyhound racing.

Three large wind turbines are being taken down in Iowa, under court order. 

Tourism officials in South Dakota need some help. They need to name the turkeys that will be pardoned in Washington, D.C.

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