Investigators were unable to determine who provided Prince the fentanyl painkillers, disguised as counterfeit prescription tablets, that killed the megastar in 2016. Dr. Michael T. Schulenberg will pay a $30,000 fine as part of a settlement with the DEA.
After openly feuding last year, the rapper and the Prince estate have come to terms again to handle one of two new albums announced.
He liked Häagen-Dazs ice cream, 5-Hour Energy drinks and MAC beauty products.
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The 5.74-acre property is surrounded by water on three sides and includes several buildings with more than 10,000 square feet and two private beaches.
Unpublished images from Star Tribune archives offer fresh proof of his love for the Twin Cities.
The reprints feature a previously unpublished Star Tribune photo taken by David Brewster, with commentary by Jon Bream.
The star's insistence on privacy may have kept help at bay.
Review: He appeared on a video screen accompanied by live musicians at Target Center.