MORNING Midwest Digest, September 14, 2018MORNING Midwest Digest, September 14, 2018
Max Armstrong talks about the end of a car era, baby deaths, fake meat meetings, presidential visit costs and a jersey return.
September 14, 2018
The end of the road is coming for the Volkswagen Beetle. It'll stop production on the car next year.
The CDC says some 3,500 babies die a year because of an unsafe sleep environment.
Cattle industry groups are encouraged by the USDA joining the FDA meeting on "fake meat."
A visit from Barack Obama to the University of Illinois cost more than $50,000. None of the cost came from state funds or tuition dollars.
A St. Paul, Minn., soccer team got its jerseys back after police recovered the stolen property.
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