Midday Headlines For 11/30
Family and friends will gather Friday to remember the two teens killed during a home invasion in Little Falls, Gov. Dayton considers a transit tax which could yield billions of dollars, President Obama tries to rally support for a plan to avoid the fiscal cliff, the Minneapolis city council confirmed the nomination of Janeé Harteau as police chief Friday morning, and two St. Paul Police officers will not face charges for excessive force. Angela Davis and Edward Moody report (2:49).
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