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Evening briefing in Buffalo: June 10

Good evening, Buffalo. We end the day for you with the most important stories you need to know and your weather forecast.

Your weather planner

Temperatures will remain cooler than average on Tuesday with just a risk of showers in places. Highs will be in the 60s.

Tomorrow’s forecast

Peaks : Mid 60s
The lowest: Mid 50s
Uneven showers

7 day forecast | Interactive radar

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The big stories of the day

1. Prosecution begins closing argument in Hunter Biden gun trial

A prosecutor said Monday that “no one is above the law” as he urged jurors to convict Hunter, President Joe Biden’s son, on charges that he lied about his drug use when he bought a firearm in 2018.

2. Biden team asks CEOs how to further stimulate the economy

During the election campaign, President Joe Biden likes to come down hard on American businesses.

3. Gas prices see rare double-digit decline nationwide

Drivers are getting some much-needed relief at the pump.

4. As car prices drop slightly, what are the opportunities for buyers?

With inflation, shortages and shrinking household budgets, owning a new car may seem out of reach.

5. Investment firm takes $1.9 billion stake in Southwest Airlines

Shares of the airline rose 8% Monday morning.

6. UN food agency suspends aid work at US pier in Gaza over security concerns

The head of the United Nations World Food Program said Sunday that the program had “suspended” the distribution of humanitarian aid from a U.S.-built pier off the coast of Gaza.

Your grades for tomorrow

  • Ohio’s 6th Congressional District Special Election
  • Candidates for Iran’s June 28 presidential election announced
  • Olympic swimmer Katie Ledecky’s memoir Just Add Water released

In case you missed it

USPS postman Dean Puchalski delivers the mail (Breanna Fuss/Spectrum News 1)

USPS postman Dean Puchalski delivers the mail (Breanna Fuss/Spectrum News 1)

New York ranks 6th in the United States for most dog attacks on mail carriers

The USPS says dog attacks on Postal Service employees reached more than 5,800 cases last year nationwide. New York ranked in the top 10 with the most numbers, at sixth, with 296. That’s down from 2022, which had 321. The USPS wants that number to be as close to zero as possible.