A police officer fatally shot Daunte Wright, 20, in Brooklyn Center on Sunday during a traffic stop. Star Tribune journalists have been covering the aftermath of that incident.

The Washington County Attorney's office plans to charge officer Kim Potter with second-degree manslaughter. Potter and Brooklyn Center police chief Tim Gannon left the department this week.

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