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Correction: Afghan-US Deaths

Relying on information from the Department of Defense, The Associated Press reported erroneously April 19 that Spc. Joseph A. Kennedy, 25, of St. Paul, Minn., died April 15, in Helmand province, Afghanistan, of injuries sustained when his unit was attacked. The Defense Department later said Kennedy Full story

Feds to sign commitment to MN light rail funding

Federal officials plan to sign a formal funding commitment for the Central Corridor light rail line Tuesday in St. Paul. Full story

Minnesota DOT unveils 2011 construction projects

The Minnesota Department of Transportation will spend nearly $900 million on construction projects this year, significantly less than the $1.3 billion spent last year. Officials say it's the result of dwindling federal stimulus dollars. Full story

Warmer temperatures could start flooding in Minnesota

Parts of the Mississippi and other rivers around Minneapolis and St. Paul could reach flood stage by the weekend as rising temperatures bring a sustained thaw, the National Weather Service said on Monday. Full story

Corn Belt preps for major spring flooding

One of the snowiest winters on record for the Midwest and northern U.S. Plains have crop watchers worried about a repeat of the massive flooding that hit one of the world's top grain producing regions in 2008. Full story

Watch a house demolition

   See raw footage of Rayco Excavating demolishing a house in St. Paul, Minn.

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  91-year-old wants attacker to 'suffer a little'

A 91-year-old St. Paul, Minn., woman says she wants the man who robbed and assaulted in her own garage to be caught and "suffer a little." KARE-TV's Jeffrey DeMars reports.

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