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Morning Roundup - Monday, Oct. 25

Eileen Voss, of the Muscoreil's team, works on their entry in the Nickel City Cake Challenge on Sunday afternoon at Artisan Kitchen and Baths in Buffalo. (Charles Lewis /Buffalo News) Read Staff Reporter Mark Sommer's story on the event here.

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

In the race for governor, there's an air of uncertainty about what attention the upstate economy will receive.

Even in their loss, the Bills scared the daylights out of one of the best teams in the NFL on Sunday, according to Senior Sports Columnist Jerry Sullivan. Here's a video wrap-up of the game from Sully, Mark Guaghan and Allen Wilson:

Scavengers are finding more value on area curbs, and the pocketbooks of town government are feeling the squeeze.

Staff Reporter Sandra Tan takes a look at the race for the 140th Assembly District between incumbent Robin Schimminger and challenger Kevin Stocker.

For a look at some of the other things happening today, check out Good Morning, Buffalo.

--Aaron Besecker

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