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The child, shot in the leg, is expected to survive.
Philando Castile's father, serving life in prison, made no claim on settlement over son's death
The suspect said he was investigating a noise after tools were stolen.
A group of white bar patrons allegedly made racial comments to a group of black patrons.
Meanwhile, a former Linwood Monroe student is suing Walter Happel and the school district, alleging "repeated instances of sexual abuse."
Four collection dates have been set across the state this summer.
Yanez will receive a lump sum of $48,500 to leave the police department.
Castile's death, and the acquittal of the officer who shot him, resonated far and wide.
Judge William H. Leary said public outcry over the acquittal in the death of Philando Castile was due to "a failure to understand what you had to do."
The suspect and motive remain under investigation.
She and her daughter will travel to London for an art exhibit about Castile.
Prosecutors plan to certify a 17-year-old as an adult in the case.
The mother of Philando Castile has reached a nearly $3 million settlement with the city of St. Anthony, avoiding a federal wrongful death lawsuit that attorneys said could have taken years to resolve.
The exchange is captured in the latest videos released from the investigation into the fatal shooting of Philando Castile. On Friday, officer Jeronimo Yanez was found not guilty of manslaughter in the shooting.
The case file was released Tuesday following Jeronimo Yanez's acquittal Friday in the July 6 killing that thrust Minnesota into the national debate over police use of force and racial profiling.
Activists and police say the case's outcome adds to longstanding tensions.
After 27 hours of deliberation, a jury of seven men and five women reached a verdict in Philando Castile's death. Eight hours later, after a march in St. Paul, hundreds faced off with police on I-94 before 18 were arrested.
Jurors in the Yanez trial An 18-year-old female college student who immigrated to the United States from Ethiopia at age 10 and a pipe fitter…
Jurors are scheduled to return to court at 8:30 a.m. Friday.
After 14 hours of deliberation, jurors in the trial of St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez in the killing of Philando Castile heard from Judge William Leary III, who urged the panel to keep at it.
Prosecutors made one more failed attempt to introduce video of an interview that the St. Anthony officer gave BCA investigators.
In closing arguments, a prosecutor painted Officer Jeronimo Yanez as someone whose testimony wasn't credible, arguing that Philando Castile "never reached for his gun, let alone put his hand on it."
The officer took the stand to defend his shooting of Philando Castile in a traffic stop. "I had no other choice. I was forced to engage Mr. Castile. He was not complying with my directions," Yanez said.
Defense lawyers called St. Anthony Police Chief John Mangseth to the stand, where he offered praise for Officer Jeronimo Yanez, but did not comment about Yanez's actions in the fatal shooting.
Attorneys for officer Jeronimo Yanez expect to start presenting their case Thursday, even as the prosecution continues with an expert on the use of force.
Diamond Reynolds wiped away tears as she recounted the night that her boyfriend Philando Castile was shot by officer Jeronimo Yanez. Later, the defense seized on Reynolds' marijuana use during cross-examination.
About a minute after the traffic stop began, Officer Jeronimo Yanez fired seven shots, startling his fellow officer who was providing backup and killing Philando Castile.
Opening statements and testimony are expected to begin Monday afternoon.
Among them is a biology professor who said he cried at Castile's vigil
One woman told attorneys she only shared recipes on Facebook, but was later revealed to have shared "pro-law enforcement" posts.
Potential jurors will be questioned individually starting Wednesday morning.
On eve of trial, Yanez and Castile families acknowledge lives altered forever by shooting.
The case to start this week in Ramsey County District opens national wounds of police shootings and racial injustices.
Mark Huberty was tried before jurors in 2014 on one count each of fourth and fifth-degree criminal sexual conduct for allegedly starting a sexual relationship with a married woman he had been counseling.
Rep. Dennis Smith, Maple Grove Republican, lost his wallet and cellphone but was not injured.
Rayvion T. Brooks was among a group of rival gang members who argued at the park, leading to gunfire that killed Bobby D. Collins in April 2016.
A construction worker was seriously hurt Wednesday when he was struck by a Bobcat front-end loader in St. Paul. Chester C. Mcswain, 30, of Minneapolis,…
The judge will allow testimony on whether Castile was intoxicated when he was killed.
Defense in officer's trial wants to admit arrest and driving records, Facebook pages.
Brock Larson, 36, of Minneapolis, was shot late Tuesday.
Investigators believe the crash could have been avoided had the suspect been driving the speed limit.
The defense also wants to introduce evidence about Castile's alleged marijuana use and "lies" on his conceal and carry gun permit.
The defense has said that Castile should not have been driving that day because he was high on marijuana.
The school principal sent a letter to parents Monday, about two weeks after he first filed a police report.
Prosecutors in the Castile shooting case assail third attempt by defense.
It's not unusual for judges to limit attendees' verbal and physical expression in court.
The two suspects were at a gang fight several days before the killing.
St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell said the department will move forward with its "internal process" regarding the incident.
A staffer at a shelter for sexually exploited girls said she called for an ambulance that never arrived — not police.
Girl, 14, leaves in tears after testifying in case authorities call assault.
A district judge did not abuse his authority in issuing the first denial for a change of venue, the Court of Appeals ruled.
Reports cite the family's financial trouble as cause.
The defense and prosecution continue to argue over change of venue in the Court of Appeals.
The city has experienced a 75 percent increase in the number of shots fired calls.
The prosecution took the defense to task for misspelling Philando Castile's name in its court filing.
Police and actors hope the mock calls will aid officers in the real world.
The suspect had been previously removed from the church for being disorderly, police said.
Scott A. Klund said he believes he would've died had he not fired an assault rifle at two people in his apartment.
Four Ramsey County Sheriff's Office deputies were put on paid administrative leave after the shooting.
Request to move trial was rejected last month by Ramsey County judge.
Clemmie H. Tucker Sr., 66, was convicted of one count each of malicious punishment of a child, a gross misdemeanor, and fifth-degree assault, a misdemeanor.
St. Paul police have a pattern of using excessive force against black men, an attorney for Cordale Handy's family said.
The shooter's brother told police he heard the gunshots and then fled the scene on foot.
The boy is on the autism spectrum and has a number of behavior issues due to prenatal exposure to alcohol.
Ramsey County attorney's office said more investigation needed.
Three people were fatally shot and a fourth victim was critically injured in an early morning shooting at an apartment building in St. Paul's Payne-Phalen neighborhood, with one suspect in custody and the other dead, police said.
Yanez's attorneys wanted the trial moved due to "slanted" media coverage.
City will pay $2 million to bystander who was kicked by officer, dragged by K-9.
Defense attorneys representing the St. Anthony police officer charged in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile contend that three law enforcement agents who investigated the…
The jury selection process will give attorneys an opportunity to weed out jurors who are biased, prosecutors said.
Foreign women were "brutalized" and expected to earn $800 a day, charges say.
Prosecutors also argued that the manslaughter charge should not be dismissed. Defense argues officer should have been given more time after shooting.
Defense made a broad request for any materials that could aid their case.
Feds hope the review's outcomes are a blueprint for other small agencies.
Lillian Kuller, 81, was found dead in her St. Paul home on Feb. 1, 1987.
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