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Max Armstrong talks about truck and buggy collision. (audio)

We fans of college football sure enjoy this time of year. What a weekend this was. Ohio State University jumped ahead of No. 4 Wisconsin. Penn State is at No. 7.

The harvest rolls on between rains. We’ll learn how much progress has been made in past week. South America is planting, with 30% of Brazilian soybeans planted, right on average.

Some federal and state lawmakers are saying some new steps are needed to protect firegighters who say cancer is their latest health threat.

Michigan State police say collision between horse drawn buggy and truck killed three people. This happened at 8:30 a.m. yesterday. It’s in sparsely populated area. 17 minutes after sunrise. There have been other fatal buggy crashes around this time.

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