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MORNING Midwest Digest, Nov. 5, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about a vigil for Girl Scouts who were killed, midterm election impact, dumping food for homeless people, remembering a fallen officer and Neil Armstrong.

It was raining in Wisconsin last night as people gathered to remember the Girls Scouts and a parent who were killed as they picked up trash along a highway on Saturday.

The outcome of midterm elections could have an impact on the Farm Bill and trade. 

The Kansas City health department is in the news. They advised dumping food that was prepared for the homeless.

If you see blue lights on houses and buildings in Rockford, Ill., it's in remembrance of a police officer killed a year ago.

Memorabilia of Neil Armstrong was sold. 

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