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News Minute: Here is the latest Minnesota news from The Associated Press at 5:40 p.m. CDT

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Hundreds of students from Minnesota walked out of class and onto the Capitol steps in St. Paul to demand stricter gun laws. Waving signs and chanting "Enough is enough" and "Books not bullets," the students appealed to the Legislature to enact new gun-control measures and vowed to take their protest to the voting booth in November if lawmakers don't respond.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - One of Prince's sisters is expressing disappointment about the way her brother's death investigation was handled. Sharon L. Nelson tweeted Friday: "There is so much about Prince's death and this investigation that troubles me and millions of #prince fans around the world." She questions why authorities didn't immediately collect Prince's computer when he was found unresponsive on April 21, 2016, after a fentanyl overdose. The source of the fentanyl is unknown and no one is being charged.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - AP PHOTOS: A sampling of photos released from the investigation into Prince's overdose death offers many glimpses at the private areas of the pop star's world. The more than 1,000 images range from the elevator where his body was found to his bedroom, his costumes and gear _ and sometimes pill bottles and brochures for getting help.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A Minnesota judge has ordered the release of state files on the 27-year investigation into the kidnapping and murder of Jacob Wetterling. Stearns County officials had planned to release the case file after Danny Heinrich confessed to the 1989 abduction and killing of 11-year-old Jacob. Jacob's parents, Patty and Jerry Wetterling, sued to keep 168 pages containing personal information sealed. The judge says any files connected to a criminal investigation become public once the case is concluded.

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