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Attorneys: Countless Children Put at Risk Under McDonough's Leadership of Church

The public on Thursday is learning what former Vicar General Kevin McDonough said during his deposition regarding alleged abuse in the Catholic church.

635-Pound Lion Stays in Eden Prairie Yard, Misses his Church Debut

A 635-pound lion was set to star in the Easter Sermon at Discover Church in Burnsville. The church arranged for "Mufasa" to travel from Montana with his trainer to be a part of the "Lion and the Lamb" story of Easter.

Portions of I-94 and Hwy 62/Crosstown Closed for Weekend

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Take note this weekend - some major roadways in the Twin Cities will be closed.

A stretch of Interstate 94 will be shut down for road work in both directions east of downtown St. Paul.

Westbound I-94 will be closed between Highway 61 and I-35E. Eastbound I-94 will be closed from I-35E to Mounds Blvd.

Crews Expected to Search Again for Minn. Hikers Missing in Colo. Mountains

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Crews may start searching again next month for a St. Louis Park father and son missing in Colorado.

Fifty-one-year-old Damian McManus and his 18-year-old son Evan haven't been seen since early April.

They took a spring break trip to Colorado and planned to hike near Echo Lake west of Denver.

New Stores to Open at Mall of America

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Some new stores will be making their debut at Mall of America in the coming weeks.

Among the nine new shops are Vom Fass which sells premium oils, vinegars and spices.

The Japanese restaurant Benihana is opening its third Minnesota location at Mall of America next month.

Thursday's Child: Former Foster Care Child Talks Success Story

In this week's Thursday's Child, KSTP checked in with a bright woman, whose life hasn't always been easy.

Her father was deported when she was young, her mother struggled to makes ends meet, and she eventually ended up in foster care - but none of that stopped Sanni Brown-Adefope.

Mpls. Mayor Hodges Gives 1st State of the City Address

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges gave her first State of the City address at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Thursday.

In the address entitled 'Three Questions and a Brag' she described how she and her team will focus on three questions when considering initiatives: