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MORNING Midwest Digest, Nov. 1, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about new Walmart tech, an accident survivor, dairy industry optimism, a death row inmate and presidential political ads.

We'll see how many Walmart shoppers are ready for the new technology. You can find an item via the app and buy it right from the shelf.

An Indiana boy is in stable condition after being hit by a truck, waiting for the school bus. 

Dairy leaders expressed optimism at the annual meeting. 

A man scheduled to be put to death three weeks ago in Tennessee will be put to death tonight. 

A week from now we'll be free from election attack ads, mostly. In Iowa, 2020 presidential campaign ads have already started.

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