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Morning Roundup -- Thursday, Dec. 9

Goatisland
Tourists on Wednesday visit Goat Island in Niagara Falls, part of the Niagara Falls National Heritage Area. The commission charged with planning the heritage area held its first meeting Wednesday.

Good morning. Here are today's top headlines:

In the wake of last week's storm, the Thruway Authority says it will close ramps during snowstorms if conditions warrant.

A Cheektowaga woman has been awarded $66 million in an injury case, in what is believed to be the single biggest personal injury award in Western New York history.

A submerged canal boat that may date from the 1830s was found in October in the Oswego River, a discovery that may fuel efforts to build a Buffalo canal museum.

Here's a preview of Sunday's Bills-Browns matchup with Mark Gaughan, Allen Wilson and Jerry Sullivan:

Arts Editor Jeff Simon reviews "The Tourist."

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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