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Morning Roundup -- Thursday, Nov. 18

The search for a suspect in a stabbing and burglary in Hamburg is believed to have ended late Wednesday when this car was stopped after crashing near Coca-Cola Field downtown. (Sharon Cantillon /Buffalo News)

Good morning. Here are today's top headlines:

Staff Reporters Jay Rey and Keith McShea look at the grim future of the Empire State Games.

The increase in the speed limit on the Kensington Expressway, effective today, is supposed to decrease the severity of car crashes.

Buffalo News Chairman Warren Buffett and a Holocaust survivor with strong ties to Western New York will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Arts Editor Jeff Simon says the new Harry Potter movie is something only true Potter fans can love.

Looking ahead to Sunday's Bills-Bengals game, check out this video report from Mark Gaughan, Allen Wilson and Jerry Sullivan:

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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