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As part of the settlement, city officials will reserve space for Golden's family to build a memorial bench and plaque to honor his legacy.

Anthony Trifiletti, the white man who killed Douglas Lewis, a Black driver, in an apparent fit of racist road rage could eventually find himself a free man if legal history in Minnesota is any indication of the future.

Across the country over the weekend, civilians took to the streets, blocking roadways while echoing a long-storied battle cry of justice and peace, to protest the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.

Castile's family and friends say that he was an upstanding man and was soft-spoken. His mother, Valerie Castile, told CNN that her son was a "laid-back," "good person."

Governor Mark Dayton questions whether Philando Castile would still be alive if he was White and calls for swift justice.

The video opens with a gruesome scene--Reynolds can be seen first saying, "Stay with me," to Castile, while she explains the couple was pulled over for a busted tail light.

Cell phone footage of Minneapolis police tasing and arresting a Black man, Chris Lollie (pictured), for sitting in a skyway in January has gone viral on YouTube. SEE ALSO: Here’s How Black Women, Korean Men Date The Same The clip shows Lollie walking with an inquiring officer in Downtown St. Paul’s First National Bank Building. Apparently, someone […]