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The latest from Jared Goyette
Minneapolis rent control: City attorney says mayor can’t veto ballot motion
A move to put a rent control proposal on the November ballot in Minneapolis is still alive, but the clock is ticking.
George Floyd Square's caretaker looks back on his murder three years later
"We're going to get there together. It's a slow journey. It's a marathon, but we're going to get to the other side of justice together," said Jeanelle Austin, the executive director of the George Floyd Global Memorial.
Minneapolis Mayor promises to veto rent control ballot measure
A measure to put rent control on the ballot in Minneapolis advanced Thursday — but the mayor promised to veto it.
Minneapolis City Council to vote on rent control ballot measure
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has promised to veto similar resolutions in the past.
Feds not ready to negotiate truce between Minneapolis gangs, but will consider the idea
U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger told a community forum in north Minneapolis that his office wasn't ready to help negotiate a gang truce in Minneapolis, but they were willing to consider the idea.
Bear spotted in Rogers, Minn. was young, in search of home or mate: expert
A DNR expert told us that a bear spotted walking along I-94 in Rogers on Friday was likely young, and in search of either a home range or a mate.
Dogs increasingly impacted by pet abandonment in Minnesota
Experts say a combination of factors is partly responsible: Inflation is driving up the cost of pet food, and dog owners often cite behavioral reasons — but those can often also be traced back to economic challenges.
DFL convention chaos: Nasri Warsame supporters explain what set it off
Tensions over translation and procedural issues at the convention led Nasri Warsarme’s supporters to distrust the process. Then a critical misunderstanding in the moments leading up to the unrest set everything off — like a match to a powder keg.
Minneapolis drops charges against 3 Roof Depot protesters
The City of Minneapolis has dropped charges against three protesters who were arrested during a brief occupation of the city’s controversial Roof Depot site in the Little Earth neighborhood in February.
Man suspected of killing mother in Uptown apartment in March
Court documents indicate that the primary suspect in the woman’s death is one of her sons, and that was last seen in Hawaii.