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Max Armstrong's Daily Updates

MORNING Midwest Digest, Dec. 5, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about a ground beef recall, lack of trade war details, planes increasing snowfall, an unusual break-in and a suspicious fire at a mayor's residence.

The massive ground beef recall has gotten even larger. An additional 5 million pounds have been recalled.

A lack of details about the cooling of the trade war with China provided little incentive for buying soybeans.

Airplanes lining up to land could increase the amount of precip in a snowstorm.

At Lakewood, Col., thieves broke into a gun store by pulling the doors with a stolen cement mixer.

In a southern Illinois town, the mayor's home caught fire, and it's thought that someone hurled something through the window that started the fire. It's the third home of that mayor that's burned.

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