Report: DNA Test Negative For Man Claiming To Be Prince's SonA DNA test has come back negative for a Kansas City man claiming to be the sole heir to Prince's estate, according to a report.
Prince Estate Judge: Media Allowed At Hearing With ConditionsThe Minnesota judge overseeing Prince's estate is keeping cameras out of an upcoming hearing that could delve into claims about possible heirs to the late musician.
Singer Recounts Prince's Emergency Landing To New York TimesA singer with Prince the night his plane made an emergency landing, told her story to the New York Times.
New Zealand Artist Painting Prince Mural In ChanhassenIt's been two months since Prince died, but a new memorial to him is taking shape in Chanhassen.
Affidavits Of Potential Prince Heirs SealedThe affidavits of those making claims to Prince's estate have been sealed, per the special administrator's request.
Report: Fmr. Manager Of Prince's Nightclub Found Dead In MinnetonkaA man who ran Prince's downtown Minneapolis night club in the 90s has reportedly died. Minnetonka police are investigating after finding a man's body Saturday morning in a home.
Iconic 'Purple Rain' Suit On Display Until Sunday At MN History CenterFans of Prince have just a few more days see the iconic purple suit he wore in "Purple Rain" at the Minnesota History Center.
2 Key Figures In Prince's Career Appointed To Help With EstateThe entertainment assets of Prince's estate will be managed by two key figures in his career. L. Londell McMillan, the artist's longtime attorney, manager and friend, and business executive Charles A. Koppelman have been chosen for the task by the court-approved special administrator.
Dozens Vie For A Piece Of Prince's EstateSeven weeks after the sudden death of Prince Rogers Nelson, some two-dozen people are claiming to be his heirs and legally entitled to a piece of his multi-million dollar estate.
Amid Estate Hearing, More Claim Relation To PrinceSince his death, a number of people have filed claims in Carver County court on Prince's multi-million dollar estate. The Minnesota music icon died on April 21 from an accidental painkiller overdose.
When Celebrities Seek Medical Care, 'VIP Syndrome' LoomsPrince's death may offer evidence for how the special treatment often afforded the rich and famous can result in worse health care than ordinary Americans receive. It's a pattern identified in medical literature as early as 1964 and it has a name: "VIP Syndrome."
Paisley Park Could Become Museum Like GracelandThe trust company overseeing Prince's estate — likely with the backing of Prince's siblings — is exploring the idea to open it up as a tourist attraction that some have compared with Elvis Presley's Graceland.

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