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MORNING Midwest Digest, March 25, 2019

Max Armstrong talks about the Sweet Sixteen, more flooding, China's purchase of grain, homicide convictions and a WWII hero passing.

Five of the final Sweet Sixteen basketball teams are from the heartland of America.

Rain could contribute to more flooding later this week. They could create a 1-foot rise in the Missouri River in the Nebraska area.

Twenty-six dogs were rescued from the flood in Iowa.

China has booked its largest purchase of grain from the U.S. in five years.

In fewer than half of all homicides, the killer is convicted.

A North Dakota World War II hero has passed away. 

 

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