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MORNING Midwest Digest, October 12, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about a return to civility, pet neglect, a dismal soybean market and fall festivals.

A Colorado Senator is asking people to return to civility. His wife was sent a video via text that shows a beheading.

A dog was euthanized after months of neglect north of Chicago. It was tied outside for two months this fall, and the owner is in jail. 

The soybean market will continue to deteriorate as exports dwindle and supplies grow. Corn demand continues to strengthen.

It's the time of year for fall festivals. From covered bridges to apples to scenic drives.

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