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Morning Roundup: Wednesday, Oct. 13

Good morning.

A frost advisory issued by the National Weather Service will lift this morning at 9 a.m. Its forecast for today calls for a high near 61 in the Buffalo area, with increasing clouds. A chance of showers will return on Thursday.

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

- The Families of Continental Flight 3407 are livid about a proposal to cut back a new requirement for flight hours for new commercial co-pilots to 500 hours, News Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Zremski reports.

- Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl P. Paladino sought Tuesday night to apologize for his comments made Sunday about gays and to move on, The News' Tom Precious writes.

- Gov. David A. Paterson thinks the state has finally got legislation granting historic preservation credits right and he was in Buffalo on Tuesday touting the the bill.

Listen to what Paterson had to say about the smart growth legislation in this audio clip:

--Denise Jewell Gee

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