Tribune News Service
News Budget for Thursday, April 19, 2018
Updated at 2 p.m. EDT (1800 UTC).
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^Doctor who treated Prince to pay $30K fine<
PRINCE:MS — A Minnesota doctor who allegedly knew painkillers he prescribed for Prince’s drummer would be used by the musician has agreed to a civil settlement with federal prosecutors to resolve possible controlled substance violations found during the investigation into Prince’s 2016 overdose death.
Dr. Michael T. Schulenberg will pay a $30,000 fine and will also be monitored under a two-year agreement with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration as part of the settlement, announced Thursday, just 90 minutes before the Carver County attorney planned a news conference to update the status of the county’s death investigation.
1350 (with trims) by Stephen Montemayor in Minneapolis. MOVED
Also moving as:
PRINCE:LA — 200 by Matt Pearce in Minneapolis. MOVED
^School walkout will remember Columbine and keep up pressure for change<
^FLA-SCHOOLSHOOTING-COLUMBINE:FL.—<Shots ripped through the nation’s consciousness at Columbine High School 19 years ago Friday — before most of this year’s high school graduates were even born.
Now the self-named “mass shooting generation” plans to walk out of school to commemorate that dark day, and to protest about how little has changed. Two students murdered 13 victims before killing themselves.
Across the nation and the state, 2,400