In the past 365 days, eye-popping murals, 24-hour radio marathons and a flurry of homegrown tributes have tried to fill the void.
Prince Rogers Nelson was not only our biggest hometown celebrity, but one of us. The megastar is remembered in a special section that ran in Star Tribune print editions on Sunday.
A guide to this week's tributes to the hometown icon on (and around) the anniversary of his death.
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We haven’t heard the last of Brianna Nelson, who was knocked off the list of Prince heirs. Nelson, who contacted me to set…
“This is what they call an ego boost, big time. Wow,” said photographer Tommy Smith III as I set up video cameras for…
Grammy winner Judith Hill’s name is going on my list of Prince confidantes who should’ve stuck to him like glue after the emergency…
It took a year for the FBI to release four redacted pages, describing threats to the pop star, from their vault.
More than a year after Prince's death, a Carver County judge has officially determined that the musician's sister and five half-siblings are heirs to his massive fortune. Prince left no will.
Judge may make formal decision on the musician's heirs, though some object.
Mayte Garcia is returning to the Twin Cities this week to promote her new book, "The Most Beautiful."
Paisley Park Enterprises must put up a $1 million bond to keep the order in place.