SOUTH BUFFALO, NY - The annual Labor Day parade took over South Buffalo on Monday.
Organized by the Western New York AFL-CIO, the parade started at the Irish Center on Abbott Road and headed down to Cazenovia Park.
Labor groups, marching bands, and politicians made up the line on a day that threatened to bring rain, but never came.
Channel 2 Photojournalist Dooley O'Rourke was there an learned where Labor Day got its start.
Watch the story in the viewer above.