Today in the Daily Planet


“Family claims police retaliation continues”:
By Chris Nisan, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder
A South Minneapolis man who is pressing a wrongful death lawsuit against police who shot their son claims to have been beaten by officers

“As voter turnout drops, the volunteer role rises”:
By Taina Maki, Largemouth
Volunteers play an integral role in political campaigns

“Job Corps celebrates 25 years”:
By Dave Healy, Park Bugle
A quarter century after he helped create the Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps Center, former St. Paul Mayor George Latimer is honored

“Books for Africa moves into new warehouse”:
By Tom Gitaa, Mshale
The international aid organization expands its St. Paul operation

“Debate discrimination is undemocratic”:
By Papa John Kolstad, Pulse of the Twin Cities
The state’s two major parties work together to stifle political debate, says the Green Party’s nominee for attorney general