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Morning Roundup: Tuesday, Oct. 26

Good morning.

A wind and thunderstorm could roll in tonight. A hazardous weather outlook issued this morning by the National Weather Service says damaging winds are possible this evening as a squall line of thunderstorms moves in from the midwest. Its forecast for today calls for a high near 75 in the Buffalo area.

Here's a look at a few of the latest headlines:

- A new poll shows Republican Carl P. Paladino holds a 48 to 29 percent lead over Democrat Andrew M. Cuomo in Erie County, News Political Reporter Robert J. McCarthy reports today.

- The Seneca Nation dumped $250,000 in donations last week into the coffers of the state's Republican Party to help candidates running for State Senate, News Staff Reporter Dan Herbeck reports. The move was fueled by anger over tax battles with the state's past two Democratic governors.

- Bedbugs are an issue in Western New York for the first time in decades, and public health officials are urging caution, according to a frontpage story by News Staff Reporter Charity Vogel.

For more on what's happening today, visit Good Morning, Buffalo.

--Denise Jewell Gee

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