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Chanhassen, Mpls. Plan Permanent Prince Memorials

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As people around the world celebrate music icon Prince, his neighbors are figuring out how to honor him at home.

The fence outside Paisley Park in Chanhassen has become a temporary memorial for the legendary Minnesotan. 340 more words


South Mpls. Business Pays Tribute To Prince

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Across the street from where Prince went to high school in south Minneapolis sits a custom T-shirt shop that is busy honoring the man and his music. 261 more words


Prince's 16 Minnesota Properties Valued At More Than $32M

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Court proceedings over the Prince’s estate moved forward Wednesday. No one has publicly come forward with a will or trust.

It’s not clear just how much his estate is worth, but new court filings show he owned millions of dollars in property near Paisley Park. 231 more words


Prince's Countless Charitable Activities Come To Light After His Death

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — In addition to sharing his music with the world, Prince was very giving. We are hearing more about how he helped so many people and organizations. 352 more words


To Stem Gun Violence, Harteau Puts More Officers In North Mpls.

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The sound of gunfire has taken over parts of north Minneapolis.

“There seems to be a comfort level of gang members and other perpetrators who are armed with guns, who are resolving conflicts with weapons, posting things on Facebook, producing very elaborate YouTube videos, making threats,” Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau said. 350 more words


Dave Chappelle Pays Tribute To Prince: 'A Musical Giant'

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Dave Chappelle arguably turned out one of the most memorable comedy sketches to ever center around Prince.

In a 2004 episode of his Comedy Central show, Chappelle portrayed the iconic musician in one of “Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories.” 200 more words


St. Paul City Leaders, Victim's Families Speak Out Against Gun Violence

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — St. Paul continues to look at ways to stop gun violence in the city.

Eighteen-year-old Rayvion Brooks became the third man charged in connection with the deadly shooting at Indian Mounds Regional Park this weekend. 410 more words