MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — These are the four things you need to know for Monday, March 30.

Missing UMinn. Student

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Where is Jennifer Houle?

The 22-year-old was last seen leaving Blarney’s Pub in Dinkytown around 1 o’clock in the morning Friday.

Her purse was found about three blocks away.

Minneapolis Police say they are looking into several possibilities. Family and friends of Houle gathered at Stillwater High School Sunday night at a vigil to pray for her safe return.

Pentagon Proposal

The Department of Defense will propose new perks to attract new recruits.

Among the initiatives: modernizing retirement pay — like a 401K style retirement account, and recruiting a new cyberspace security force.

The Pentagon wants a more than 6,000 people for its cyber mission. It has about half that many people now.

That will allow mid-career breaks for troops to go back to school or start a family.

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Controversial Indiana Legislation

The debate is heating up over the Indiana religious freedom law.

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is taking most of the heat, with opponents saying the new law could foster discrimination against gays and lesbians.

In response, Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote an Op-Ed against the law in the Washington Post. Angie’s List is suspending its expansion plan in Indiana.

Pence says he would support legislation to clarify the law.

Jay Z’s New Music Streaming Service

If you notice some social media profile pictures turning turquoise, it’s to support Jay Z’s new music streaming service called: Tidal.

Tidal offers CD-quality audio and video and is being positioned to rival Spotify.

Monthly subscriptions will cost $19.95.

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Jay Z will make further announcements about the service Monday at 4 p.m. in New York City.