Remembering Prince, an icon for Minnesota and the world

Images of Prince taken on March 3, 1986, during a performance at First Avenue.

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.

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Tours are part of the celebration at Paisley Park.

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The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court gathered in early June for an official group portrait to include new Justice Neil Gorsuch. Seated, from left, are Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justice Anthony Kennedy, Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice Clarence Thomas and Justice Stephen Breyer. Standing, from left, are, Justice Elena Kagan, Justice Samuel Alito Jr., Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and Gorsuch.

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This image made by Annie Leibovitz exclusively for Vanity Fair shows the cover of the August edition of the magazine, unveiled Tuesday, June 27, 2017, featuring Serena Williams. Serena announced her pregnancy with Reddit co-founder Alexis Olhanian in April. The magazine reports the couple will be married in the fall after the baby is born. (Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair via AP)

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Revolution keyboardist shares untold stories from Prince's soon-to-be reissued 'Purple Rain'

Revolution keyboardist Lisa Coleman talks about the expanded reissue coming Friday.

Carver County Historical Society scores trove of Paisley Park photos

The photos, taken by a friend, capture Prince's home at a time when no pictures were allowed.

Prince's FBI file includes reported threat to sell his personal info to media

It took a year for the FBI to release four redacted pages, describing threats to the pop star, from their vault.

Judge officially rules 6 people as heirs to Prince's fortune

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.

Battle over Prince estate plays on

Judge may make formal decision on the musician's heirs, though some object.