MORNING 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.

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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