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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, September 11, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about Husker Harvest Days, a pipeline break, possible steel strike, retiring at age 95 and hundreds of pigs that need homes.

Flags at Husker Harvest Days are flying at half-staff today, where paved streets are a new addition.

A pipeline spill was contained in a river in Indiana.

If a strike develops at U.S. steel plants, it'll be the first in more than 30 years.

Will the second time be a charm for a dress shop owner? A woman closed a dress shop in the 90s, then came out of retirement to manage a different store. She's now retiring for a second time at age 95.

A hoarding case in Kentucky has led the state to take possession of 458 pot belly pigs. If not all are re-homed by Friday, the remainder will be euthanized.

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