MORNING Midwest Digest, Nov. 8, 2018

Steve Alexander is in for Max and talks about a firetruck mishap, new attorney general, voting problems, voter turnout and voting results, along with a landlord's surprise find.

A firetruck left an Iowa firehouse and turned too hard and rolled onto it's top.

Matt Whitaker is known in Iowa as a football player, but he's now been appointed Acting Attorney General by President Trump.

The FBI has been called into a county in northwestern Indiana over some questionable voting issues.

Wisconsin had a record turnout of nearly 60% voter turnout, and there were no problems. 

In an Indiana area, voters have agreed to pay more taxes to improve security where a girl and a teacher were shot and wounded in May.

Forrest Park, Ill., residents voted to get rid of video gambling machines. 

Being a landlord isn't for the weak of heart. A Missouri landlord stumbled upon an alligator in a hot tub, along with two boa constrictors and a rabbit, when evicting a tenant.

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