Today in the Daily Planet


“Woman falls from bridge near University”:
By Mike Enright and Conrad Wilson, The Minnesota Daily
A young woman was in serious condition Tuesday after falling or jumping from the driving deck of the Washington Avenue bridge

“Kiffmeyer selectively implementing election laws, Ritchie claims”:
By Craig Cox, The Minneapolis Observer
The DFL challenger to the secretary of state alleges that she has refused to enforce laws that help potential Democrats vote

“James Yee: A tale of treason, terror, and triumph”:
By Abdirahman Aynte, Special to the Daily Planet
The former Muslim chaplain at Guantanamo Bay prison was in Minneapolis Friday to talk about his treatment at the hands of government officials during his 76-day detainment for alleged spying

“From Shaolin to the Twin Cities: The Wu-Tang Clan at First Ave.”:
By Ben Stork, Special to the Daily Planet
The venerable hip hop act demonstrates again why its music remains relevant

“Kitchen-table activism”:
By Kelly Westhoff, Minnesota Women’s Press
Through research and education, the Women’s Environmental Institute empowers people to fight back against a toxic environment