Summer fair weather is with us for a while, though there may be showers this weekend.
Climate change is already damaging the fragile ecosystems of major national parks near Minnesota and throughout the rest of Great Lakes area.
The July 7 First Thursday Community Conversation broadcast featured information, questions and comments on the proposed community center project.
One of the night singers we hear this summer is also a master of disguise. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke to local naturalist Chel Anderson about the eastern gray tree frog.
It is 10 days and counting for the shutdown of Minnesota state government, making it the longest of any in recent history.
Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us each Saturday morning to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.
Here we are, with one week of month seven behind us along the Gunflint Trail.
On June 30, hours before the state government shut down, three Minnesota loggers went before a judge in International Falls to sue the state for breach of contract regarding existing timber sales.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
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Everyone knows how the Olympic Games can unite the world, but what about video games? Sterling Anderson of the Youth Radio Project believes the planet could be saved if we all just played.
Calls to the Cook County Sheriff's office are running ahead of the average. Sheriff Mark Falk says it was a busy Fourth of July and the past month was also active.
Local singer Yvonne Mills chatted with Bob and Buck June 24, and sang in advance of her first headline appearance the following evening at What's Upstairs at Betsy Bowen's Studio in Grand Marais.