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MORNING Midwest Digest, March 19, 2019

Max Armstrong talks about Nebraska ag losses, a trooper hit, Brazilian soybean harvest, cold cases and Mike Pompeo.

Vice President Mike Pence will visit Nebraska today. Ag losses from flooding could top $1 billion.

For the 13th time in Illinois, a state police patrol car has been hit while stopped on the shoulder or at the scene of an accident.

The Brazilian soybean crop is nearly two-thirds harvested, ahead of average pace. 

Cold cases are intriguing. In Michigan, a 30-year-old murder has been solved. 

Republicans in Kansas are weiging if the Secretary of State would be a good candidate for U.S. Senator or governor of the state.

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