Buffalo Morning Briefing: July 11

Buffalo Morning Briefing: July 11

Hello, Buffalo. Here’s what you need to know today.

Your weather planner

There will be a few showers this morning, but otherwise it will be mostly dry with decreasing clouds and cooler temperatures.

Strong points : Mid 70s
Weak points : Mid 60s
Scattered showers

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Around Buffalo

1. Cleanup begins after two tornadoes hit western New York

Emergency crews continue to clean up after two tornadoes touched down in western New York state on Wednesday, as the region feels the remnants of what was Hurricane Beryl.

2. New York Republican Party Takes Advantage of Democrats’ Disarray

Gov. Kathy Hochul and Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado are publicly split on whether President Joe Biden should continue to run for reelection, with Hochul saying yes and her top deputy saying no.

3. New York State pushes for electric school buses, raising concerns about costs and funding

New York State school districts are required to electrify their bus fleets by 2035. Starting in 2027, they will no longer be able to purchase diesel-powered buses.

Across the country

1. How will Biden’s age be addressed at the GOP Convention?

2. Powell underscores message that US labor market is cooling, possible sign of rate cuts ahead

3. Costco raises annual membership fees for the first time since 2017, from $5 to $10

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