Good morning. Here's a roundup of the morning's headlines:
Police are trying to determine how and why an Albany elementary school teacher was shot and killed in Amherst. The case has touched off a debate about guns, write News Staff Reporters Dan Herbeck and Gene Warner.
Erie Community College plans to drop its cross-country, track and golf programs to save money in response to cuts to the college's funding, News Staff Reporter Stephen T. Watson reports. The eight teams cost the school $45,000.
The General Motors engine plant in the Town of Tonawanda is competing for another new engine line, News Business Reporter Matt Glynn reports. The company is considering the River Road plant as a possible site for new V-6 and V-8 engines.
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