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Morning Roundup -- June 28

Good morning.

There's a chance of rain all day, and the high temperature should reach the mid-70s.

A monument is being built that honors the local military families tied to the stories of in the films "Saving Private Ryan" and "Band of Brothers."

County Hall Reporter Matthew Spina takes a look at Erie County Executive Chris Collins' first 29 months in office.

The State Legislature will try to pass its own budget bills today, rejecting a push from Gov. David Paterson.

U.S. Sen. Robert Byrd died early this morning. Here's CNN's report:

Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy, the running mate of state Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo, made a stop in Cheektowaga on Sunday. Here's Duffy responding to questions about upstate's woes:

For a look at today's other happenings, check out Good Morning, Buffalo.

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--Aaron Besecker 

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