A wrongful death lawsuit filed against the city of Cleveland by the family of Tamir Rice has been settled:

According to reports, the city of Cleveland will pay $3 million this year and another $3 million next year.

From CNN:

According to terms of the settlement, the city acknowledges no fault in Tamir’s November 2014 death.

Officer Timothy Loehmann, a trainee, shot Tamir moments after arriving in response to a call. The boy was pulling out what was later found to be a toy gun when he was shot.

It was announced in December that the officers involved in the shooting of the 12-year-old Rice would not face criminal charges.