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MORNING Midwest Digest, September 18, 2018

Steve Alexander is in for Max, and talks about road safety in construction zones, state trade deals with Canada, lopsided football scores and police run ins.

We've been begged to slow down in highway work zones. Outside Chicago, a construction worker was killed.

The U.S. may no longer have a trade deal with Canada, but that's not stopping Indiana to sign its own trade deal with the country.

College football's most lopsided score happened this past weekend, when South Dakota scored 90 points to the other university's 6 points.

When you fire arrows at police, they will shoot back. That happened in Minnesota recently.

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