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Musician Prince dies

Resolution honoring Prince passes US Senate, Minnesota Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken announce - @KellyO

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Musician Prince dies

Prince's sister files legal documents for probate case, states the late singer did not leave a will - TMZ

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Minnesota, US

Police in Minnesota identify 12 drivers accused of topping 100 mph in high-end sports cars on interstate - Star-Tribune

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Musician Prince dies

Photo: Teary-eyes fans are still stopping by to pay their respects for Prince at Minnesota estate - @melissacolorado

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2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Photo: Prince tribute in Minnesota before Wild's Game 6 against Dallas Stars - @ChadGraff

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Musician Prince dies

Minnesota Department of Transportation says I-35W Bridge 'will reign purple tonight' in honor of Prince - @mndotnews

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Musician Prince dies

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton: 'Prince, and his music, defined an era. His tremendous talent was matched only by his generosity and commitment to improving his community'

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Musician Prince dies

Editor's note: We are watching for further details following the confirmation that pop superstar Prince died today at his Minnesota estate. Last Friday, Prince was briefly hospitalized after his plane was forced to make an emergency landing, one day after performing make-up shows in Atlanta he had canceled due to a reported ongoing battle with the flu. On Saturday, he made a surprise appearance at a $10 dance party at Paisley Park, where he briefly played piano and told fans, "Wait a few days before you waste any prayers." - Tricia

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'Fight for 15' protests

Photo: A home care worker speaks out in support of fast food workers participating in the annual 'Fight for 15' strike for higher wages, in Minnesota - @seiumn

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Minnesota, US

#Breaking: Gov. Mark Dayton likely to sign extension for Iron Range unemployment benefits today https://t.co/DyYo0Zz5wg - @StarTribune

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2016 US Supreme Court vacancy

Photo: US Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland meets with Senate Judiciary Member Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., in her Capitol Hill office - @CraigCaplan

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Minnesota, US

Former Minnesota congressman Martin Olav Sabo dies at age 78, daughter says - AP

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Minneapolis, MN

#Breaking: State signs off decade-long on #PolyMet environmental review. https://t.co/k9FwwHpvDD https://t.co/h8NamWYUvp - @StarTribune

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2016 US elections

Editor's note: Donald Trump has been projected to take Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Virginia in the Republican Super Tuesday contests. Ted Cruz has been projected to win Oklahoma and Texas, while Marco Rubio is projected to take Minnesota. Alaska just closed doors to its GOP caucuses at 12 a.m. ET, and you can keep watching our feed for updates. - Rebecca

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2016 US elections

Editor's note: All Democratic Super Tuesday contests have now been called by multiple media outlets. Hillary Clinton is projected to take Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Bernie Sanders is projected to win Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma and Vermont. - Stephanie

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2016 US elections

Bernie Sanders projected to win Minnesota Democratic caucuses - AP, NBC News

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2016 US elections

Editor's note: Marco Rubio's projected win in Minnesota is his first in the 2016 Republican primaries. He currently leads the state with 37.3 percent of the vote, with just over half of precincts counted. Ted Cruz is currently in 2nd place with 28 percent. - Rebecca

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2016 US elections

Marco Rubio projected winner of Minnesota Republican caucus - Fox News, AP

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2016 US elections

Editor's note: Donald Trump is projected to win the GOP contests in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee and Virginia. Republican Ted Cruz is projected to take Oklahoma and Texas. GOP winners in Minnesota and Vermont have not been determined. For the Democrats, Hillary Clinton is projected to win Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Bernie Sanders is projected to take Oklahoma and Vermont. The Democratic races in Colorado, Massachusetts and Minnesota have not been determined. - Stephanie

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2016 US elections

Marco Rubio leads Minnesota GOP caucus by 10 points over Ted Cruz with 10% of precincts reporting - New York Times

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