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Morning Roundup -- Thursday, Oct. 14

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

The last of the Chilean miners stuck underground for more than two months has been saved as millions watched from around the world.

A $4.5 billion proposal by Verizon Communications to build a data center in Somerset included a request for tax breaks.

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Martin Kober, of the City of Tonawanda, holds a copy of a painting that may be the work of Michaelangelo. (Derek Gee /Buffalo News)

A City of Tonawanda man is talking about how a possible painting by Michaelangelo came to be in his family's possession.

The candidates for governor differ greatly on how they say they would deliver relief from rising state taxes and local property taxes.

A 51-year-old mother in court Wednesday admitted to brutalizing her 23-year-old daughter, eventually suffocating her with her bare hands. Here's Digital Reporter Denise Jewell Gee's video from inside the courtroom:

Arts Editor Jeff Simon reviews "Red."

Jerry Sullivan says the Sabres "have a small crisis on their hands" in the wake of last night's loss to the Devils.

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--Aaron Besecker 

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