Today in the Daily Planet


“‘Interim’ Minneapolis Civil Rights director seeks permanent reforms”:
By Lauretta Dawolo, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder
Michael Browne brings an international perspective to City Hall

“Conference addresses problem gambling in Asian community”:
By David Zander, Asian American Press
Cultural obstacles challenge professionals dealing with gambling addiction among Asian Americans

“Service station owners call it quits after 72 years of pumping gas and helping neighbors”:
By Clay Christensen, Park Bugle
The closing of Rosehill Service brings back memories of a simpler time in Lauderdale

“Critics should watch police in action”:
By Terry Yzaguirre, Minneapolis Mirror
One night in a squad car offers a convincing glimpse of the challenges police face everyday

“Midtown Exchange responds to bicyclists’ criticisms”:
By Ken Avidor, Special to the Daily Planet
The new Lake Street retail hub improves access from the Greenway, one of several recent improvements for city bicyclists