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MORNING Midwest Digest, July 16, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about food illness, fuel slicks and the World Food Program.

The search continues for the source of the illness linked to salads served in McDonalds.

There was a fuel slick on the road in western Kentucky that caused several crashes.

President Trump has picked an Indiana farmer to be the U.S. representative to the World Food Program. 

A crop duster suffered a broken leg when his plane went down near the Indiana/Illinois border. 

Cold cases are fascinating. Police in Indiana arrested a man they believe killed a girl 30 years ago.

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