Andy Mannix | Star Tribune
Reporter | Minneapolis city government

Andy Mannix covers Minneapolis city government for the Star Tribune. He joined the paper in January 2016, and previously covered in-depth criminal justice and mass incarceration, with a data bent. 

"Mannix teaches at the University of Minnesota journalism school, of which he's an alumnus. He holds a master's degree from University of California-Berkeley. His work for the Star Tribune includes investigative reports on the use of solitary confinement in Minnesota prisons, how Minneapolis police inappropriately urged paramedics to sedate people with ketamine and why a bottleneck in mental health care wasted millions of taxpayers dollars while delaying treatment from those who most need it. He's also covered enterprise and breaking news topics, including several high-profile officer-involved shootings in the Twin Cities region in recent years. Prior to joining the Star Tribune, Mannix wrote about a variety of topics, such as crime, LGBT rights and politics, for publications including The Seattle Times, MinnPost, City Pages and The Minnesota Daily. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife. "


Minneapolis seeks independent administrator for troubled landlord's properties

About 1,000 tenants in 18 buildings tied to Stephen Frenz are stuck in limbo as the case proceeds.


Sally Yates: 'Important questions' unanswered in nixed ketamine probe

Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo defended the unfinished investigation into ketamine and cops.


Hennepin Healthcare CEO's resignation comes amid financial woes

The hospital system is expected to run about a $15 million budget deficit for 2018 and projects that to grow to around $20 million in 2019, according to two board members.


CEO of Hennepin Healthcare, which operates HCMC, to resign

Pryor confirmed he's resigning but deferred to the hospital board as to the explanation.


Judge gives Minneapolis 90 days to determine next steps for Commons Park

A Hennepin County judge said the city can no longer operate Commons Park, a 4.2-acre green space next to U.S. Bank Stadium, beginning in May.


City Council pushes forward energy regulations for Minneapolis property owners

New policy would add an energy test to pre-sale home inspections.


Replacing Nicollet Mall trees to cost Mpls. taxpayers $240,000

When the trees began wilting en masse last summer, public works officials assured the public any necessary replacements would be covered financially by a warranty.


Stuck at home with your kids this week and not getting paid? Your employer may be breaking the law

Can’t go into work because you’re watching the kids due to school cancellations this week? How about an elderly family member whose care center has…


HCMC-funded reviews find no patients harmed in ketamine research

The hospital contracted several outside investigations into its research in response to community uproar last summer.


Minneapolis City Council committee votes against filmmaker access to police

No one seems to know why the contract didn't come to the council beforehand.