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Since joining the paper in 2016, Mannix has worked on beats reporting on Minnesota's courts and law enforcement at state, local, and federal levels, Minneapolis City Hall and issues related to criminal justice policy and prisons. In 2020, he was part of the team of reporters that covered the killing of George Floyd and aftermath, leading to the Star Tribune winning the George Polk Award and Pulitzer Prize. Mannix also 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, where he focused on data-driven journalism. Prior to joining the Star Tribune, Mannix wrote about a variety of topics, such as crime, recreational marijuana and politics, for publications including The Seattle Times, MinnPost, City Pages and The Minnesota Daily. He lives in Minneapolis.

Man shot to death in north Minneapolis apartment complex ID'd

Donald Edmondson, 60, died of a gunshot wound to the chest.

As police struggle to rein in car theft, Hennepin County Attorney's Office tries new path

Hennepin County is on track to end the year with case clearance for auto thefts at 2.7%, far below the 2022 national average of 9%.

Minneapolis man alleges excessive force, unlawful arrest in lawsuit against two police officers

Police body-camera video shows one of the officers shove Minneapolis man Said Abdullahi to the street. The officers claimed he 'lost his footing.'

Two men gunned down in Minneapolis this week ID'd

Teegan James Charles Wenzel, 21, of Byron, and Laterryon O'mar Moore, 22, of Minneapolis, were both homicide victims, according to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office.

Coon Rapids man sent to prison for bilking seniors out of millions in romance scam

Solomon E. Wilfred participated on a sophisticated scam to target lonely seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic and drain their bank accounts.

Minneapolis, police union reach tentative agreement on bonuses to rebuild ranks

The agreement, which needs City Council approval, would pay $18,000 to eligible police officers in three installments over the next two and a half years, as well as $15,000 incentives bonuses for new hires.

Lawsuit: Minneapolis' violence prevention office used illegal process to award millions in grant money

The civil suit asks a judge to suspend programs funded by the Neighborhood Safety Office "before more public funds are improperly spent."

Medical examiner IDs man found shot to death in driver's seat of car in Minneapolis

Jaden Malik Anand Hollman, 21, died from a gunshot wound of the head, according to the medical examiner.

Victim of fatal shooting in Minneapolis last weekend identified; no arrests made

The medical examiner says 49-year-old Omar Lamont Brown died from a shot to the abdomen Saturday.

Mpls. negotiators reject police union's proposal for one-year contract as not 'fiscally responsible'

The federation agreed to some changes, but asked to start paying retention bonuses to officers sooner.