Recent content from Andy Mannix
For the second time in two years, Hennepin Healthcare and the Minneapolis Police Department are facing public backlash for the use of ketamine.
John Choi's office has partnered with a criminal justice reform nonprofit to rethink how and whom it prosecutes.
Police and prosecutors are in most cases independent agencies that answer to different government hierarchies. Yet they are intrinsically linked.
Despite following the Obama-era playbook for police reform, Minneapolis has yet to rebuild trust between community members and the police.
Critics say the officers' union has for decades served as a shadow command of the Minneapolis Police Department. Now that power is in jeopardy.
Even before George Floyd was killed, the south Minneapolis precinct had a reputation for being home to police officers who played by their own rules.
The most credible accounts of what happened that night came from bystander video and private surveillance footage.
The case marks the second set of federal charges related to the riots in Twin Cities.
An Illinois man who came to Minneapolis to riot over the weekend livestreamed himself handing out explosives, destroying property and appearing to set a Sprint…
After a peaceful day, law enforcement swiftly moved in, using tear gas and making arrests near the Fifth Precinct police station in Minneapolis and the Lake Street/Marshall Avenue Bridge.