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MORNING Midwest Digest, September 7, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about the Cincinnati shooting, continuing the fight for trade, steel worker strike, fires and tropical storms.

One of the people shot in the Cincinnati rampage was shot 12 times, but survived. Three victims, and the gunman, died. The shooter was a U.S. citizen born in Puerto Rico.

President of the Texas Farm Bureau felt better after meeting with President Trump this week. Farmers are counting on the administration to fight for trade.

Steel workers are voting to strike. Union officials could call a strike if communication has broken down.

A fire was difficult to fight in North Dakota due to winds.

Tropical storms don't usually affect the Midwest. But this weekend St. Louis could get several inches of rain.

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