Andy Mannix | Star Tribune
Reporter | Corrections and criminal justice policy

Andy Mannix is an investigative/data reporter covering prisons and criminal justice in Minnesota. He's previously worked for MinnPost, The Seattle Times, City Pages and the Minnesota Daily. He studied journalism at the University of Minnesota and UC-Berkeley.


Minneapolis mayor promises immigrant rights, affordable housing and police reform

Jacob Frey laid out the details of his far-reaching vision for the city and its leaders in his first State of the City address.


Mpls. finds McDonald's staff underpaid at Lake St. location

The fast food franchise owner owed more than $2,000 in back wages to dozens of employees.


Chief: Mpls. officers can't wear uniforms in Pride parade

The decision comes after organizers and police clashed over officers being present at last year's event.


James Engebretson, renowned Twin Cities horn player, composer and educator, dies at 83

When the Minnesota Orchestra needed a French horn player to perform at Carnegie Hall, they called James Engebretson.Engebretson was the band director at a Twin…


Frey rolls out $50M plan for affordable housing

Coming less than six months into Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey's first term, the announcement marked his most detailed plan for delivering on his campaign promise on affordable housing.


Inspectors shut down Uptown dealer of raw milk, uninspected meat

Uptown Locavore remains closed as the city Health Department considers next step.


10-year-old's painting inspires Minneapolis mayor

Mayor Jacob Frey purchased the painting decrying gun violence for his office.


Minneapolis moves to raise debt limit for first time in 45 years

Charter amendment would increase the city's cap from $15 million to $80 million.


Cedar-Riverside complex to get $825,000 security upgrade

The HUD upgrade, announced before a crowd of residents, will include 17 new cameras, key fob and a security fence.


Minneapolis makes progress but still lacks diversity in labor

Minneapolis again falls short on its own construction project goals.