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MORNING Midwest Digest, June 7, 2018

Steve Alexander subs for Max this morning, talking about the pork industry anxiety over trade issues, as well as guard rail research and personal integrity.

Steve Alexander is in for Max Armstrong this morning.

USDA officials reassured the pork producers that they understand the importance of trade, and recognize the anxiety it's causing farmers.

Crashing cars and semis on purpose? At University of Nebraska-Lincoln, there's guard rail research happening.

A high school senior finished first in the South Dakota high school golf championship, but realized her card was wrong, and admitted it.

A private lunch with Warren Buffet was auctioned off for more than $3 million.

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