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MORNING Midwest Digest, April 2, 2020

Max Armstrong talks about milk being dumped, coronavirus cases linked to a church, nurses who need more equipment, low gas prices and finding bright spots.

The milk processing chain has more milk than it needs, causing milk to have to be dumped on farms.

A church revival that took place in March has been linked to 28 cases of COVID-19 in a small Kentucky community.

A group of Kansas City nurses said their employer isn't doing enough to protect them. 

Gas prices are low, nearing $1 per gallon in some places.

What's brightening your day during these days when much isn't bright? Share it with Max at

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