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Morning Roundup -- Friday, Oct. 29

Hasek's Heroes
Marty Dietrich, left, of Hasek's Heroes, gives Joylyn Wiggins some points Thursday as fourth- and fifth-graders at the King Center Charter School learn to skate and play hockey in Riverside's Bud Bakewell Rink.

Good morning. Here are this morning's top headlines:

The FBI is expanding its probe of former Common Council Member Brian C. Davis, focusing on how he handled hundreds of thousands of dollars in city funds. Check out Staff Reporter Dan Herbeck's report.

The cost of higher education is less than the national average even as tuition and fees rise across the country.

There's a sharp contrast between the closest advisers to Carl Paladino and Andrew Cuomo.

As the Sabres get ready to faceoff against the Thrashers tonight, the team's penalty killers are frustrated.

It's Friday, so that means the latest edition of Gusto is out. A new feature on buffalonews.com is something we like to call Gusto TV. Check out the latest video episode:

There's increased support for the death penalty in Connecticut following a deadly home invasion. Check out this video report from the Associated Press.

For a look at today's other happenings, including today's weather forecast, check out Good Morning, Buffalo.

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--Aaron Besecker 

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