Everyone was excited last weekend by the appearance of West End native Jacob Michael on the Billboard Music Awards program, viewed by many millions of people worldwide. As I reported last week,
While some students yearn to graduate and move on from high school, Youth Radio Project junior Kayla Stacy is worried. What if she screws up? What if she needs help?
Now that the big night has come and gone, Youth Radio Project junior Kayla Stacy reflects on her experience with prom 2011. While not being close to what she expected, she still had fun.
Tradition is important to Youth Radio Project junior Hayden Goettl. That’s why he plans to partake in the high school graduation ceremony in 2012.
The purpose of their May 24 work session was for the county commissioners to agree to support – or not – proceeding with planning for a new community center.
A Duluth city councilman today announced his plans to challenge U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack in Minnesota's 8th Congressional District.
The deadline for the end of the Minnesota legislative session has come and gone. No budget deals have been reached and a special session looms on the horizon.
Tornadoes in North Minneapolis, frost in the North Shore forecast. WTIP’s Jay Andersen has this interview with National Weather Service meteorologist Carol Christenson.
Minnesota’s U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar spoke with WTIP’s Jay Andersen Tuesday morning on “Daybreak”.
The final day of the Minnesota legislative session has arrived but there's no sign that Gov. Mark Dayton and GOP majorities are anywhere close to a deal on the state budget.
Buck and Bob welcomed singer Prudence Johnson to Studio A May 20 to talk about her new project, "A Girl Named Vincent." She and her band are touring Minnesota, bringing the poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay to life by setting it to music.
The Grand Marais Library is just a couple of weeks away from moving to a temporary location while the building is being renovated and expanded. WTIP's Jay Andersen has this report.
Buck spoke May 20 with Grand Marais author and psychologist Karen Lohn about her first book, "Peace Fibres: Stitching a Soulful World."