MORNING Midwest Digest, July 30, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about a blood shortage, wrestling death, soybean and wheat prices and a saved life.

There's a blood shortage again. The Red Cross is expecting a shortfall of more than 56,000 donations this season.

The son of wrestling legend Jerry Lawler has died. Brian Christopher, as he was known in wrestling, was 46.

Soybean prices haven't been above $9 in a month. It's a different story for wheat, where money managers have boosted their bullish bets.

A 35-year-old woman was pulled out of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis by a homeless man after she jumped off a bridge.

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