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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, Feb. 19, 2019

Max Armstrong talks about a family remembered, African Swine Fever impact on pork consumption, possibility of more snow days and a woman's need to close a store.

Bodies of a woman and three children were found outside Grand Rapids, Mich. THe children are being fondly remembered.

Though African Swine Fever can't be transferred to humans, it could have a negative impact on human demand for pork. 

Many school districts could see the list of snow days growing with the upcoming storm.

An Ohio woman had no choice but to close the Family Dollar store where she worked so she could pump breastmilk. 

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