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WBFO Brief Tuesday November 29, 2022

The latest on Payton Gendron's guilty plea to state murder and domestic terror charges in the Tops shooting massacre that killed 10 people and injured 3 others on May 14. Also today a push for donations to Catholic Charities and a COVID-19 memorial tree in Kenmore.

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