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MORNING Midwest Digest, Dec. 28, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about road closures from the blizzard, increasing minimum wages, a new state ag director, paying back taxes and the death of Richard Overton.

Interstate 80 in Nebraska is open again this morning. Blizzard conditions led to numerous road closures, and one death.  Bitterly cold weather is forecast for part of the heartland.

Workers in 22 states will get higher minimum wages next week.

State Agrigulture Director can be a high position. The Illinois governor named a former state senator.

Aretha Franklin's estate as paid more than $3 million dollars in back taxes since her death.

Richard Overton passed away last night. He was the world's oldest-living World War II veteran at 112 years old.

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