MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From record heat in 2015 to the funeral of Jamar Clark, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Nov. 25.Hundreds Of State Road Construction Projects Hinge On Transportation Bill's Passing
President Obama promises to keep Americans safe from terrorism as millions of people hit the roads and the skies for the Thanksgiving holiday.
After a meeting with France’s President Tuesday, Obama pledged to intensify ongoing efforts to destroy ISIS.
He’ll meet with members of his national security team today to talk about Homeland Security.
Kids have gone back to school today in Brussels, despite the threat alert in that city still at its highest level.
Schools all across the city were closed Monday and Tuesday after officials said there was an immediate threat and they were concerned about possibly more attacks like what happened in Paris.READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: How Much Money Will The IRS Send You Each Month?
The funeral for Jamar Clark, whose death by police sparked massive protests, will be held Wednesday at Shiloh Temple in north Minneapolis.
Visitation starts at 10 a.m. followed by the funeral at noon.
United Nation’s weather agency is already ready to announce that 2015 is the hottest year on record, beating last year’s record heat.
Records go back to 1880.MORE NEWS: Robert McCloud Accused Of Killing Ex-Wife Before 10-Hour Standoff With Police
The World Meteorological Organization says the warmer weather is because of man-made global warming and a strong El Nino.