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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, Jan. 29, 2019

Max Armstrong talks about pedestrian deaths, trade talks and the impact of pork, a cattle industry convention, funeral arrangements for an Iowa teenager.

Pedestrian deaths are up, and not just during cold and snowy times.

Chinese officials are in Washington this week to talk trade. The Pork Producers Council is urging China to commit to a purchase of U.S.-produced pork.

Cattlemen and women are headed to New Orleans for the Cattle Industry Convention this week.

An Iowa family finalized arrangements for their 13-year-old son whose body was found in a rural area after five days of searching.

A missing North Carolina three-year-old was found, not far from his home. The little boy says a bear was caring for him.

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