MORNING Midwest Digest, Nov. 14, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about a murder arrest, Amazon's new headquarters, a man accused of cheating truckers and a new ag hall of fame inductee.

In southern Ohio, some local folks are resting easier after an arrest was been made for the slaying of a family two-and-a-half years ago.

There were 238 cities that submitted proposals for Amazon's second headquarters. Some cities wonder, why weren't they picked?

The former president of Flying J truck stops will likely go to prison for cheating truckers out of rebates. He maintains his innocence.

There's news that the newest inductee of the Georgia Agricultural Hall of Fame is Jimmy Carter. 

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