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Morning Roundup: Monday, May 10

Goodmorning Western New York.

It feels like winter this morning with air temperatures in the mid-30s and another frost watch for tonight. Temperatures will range from a high of 51 to a low of 32 degrees today with clear skies and no expected precipitation. The widespread freeze tonight is expected to increase the further away you are from Buffalo and the shores of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. On the Southern Tier, lows could dip into the mid-20s.

Here's a quick look at what's happening today.

In local headlines, the overuse of antibiotics is making it more difficult to treat diseases as germs evolve with growing resistance. Read more here.

Raphael Rosenbaum just graduated from the University at Buffalo Saturday and already has a job -- hunting for a job. Read more on job anxiety among the class of 2010.

When the Broadway Market isn't preparing butter lambs and selling giant hams during the Easter season it can seem forlorn. But the market is still a haven for some, including those in the neighborhood who depend on it.

In national business news, The price of oil fell by more than 10 percent over the past week, as stock prices dropped and the dollar got stronger.

Melissa Kusmierz was 18 years old and $10,000 in debt. She was still making payments on a broken down car and relied on her parents for rides to work. Still, that didn't stop Kusmierz from continuing to splurge. News Consumer Reporter Samantha Maziarz Christmann reports on the growing problem of compulsive shopping, even during the recession.

--Lauren Nicole Mariacher

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