People along the North Shore on Tuesday found themselves reverting to a pre-Internet and telephone world after a damaged fiber-optic line in Duluth shut down communications.
Recent changes in Minnesota Pollution Control Agency rules have put a halt to Cook County’s efforts to revise the septic system ordinance.
Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.
Jim Kalb, who will race from International Falls to Tower Feb. 1, rode his racing bike loaded with gear to the interview Jan. 22.
There's lots of cool music planned for this weekend. Here's the rundown.
They are not your typical peg-legged swashbucklers. They’re a theatre troupe that will be teaching the kids at Sawtooth Elementary all about good nutrition, health and hygiene.
Each week the WTIP News Department provides a summary of the stories it has been following that week. Tune in to WTIP's North Shore Weekend Saturdays from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m.
The Eddie Mac band played on The Roadhouse Jan. 22.
Welcome back to Magnetic North on Jan. 21, where winter nights are filled with stars and song and mystery.
Bob and Buck hosted the Gooneybirds in studio Jan. 15 for a rockin' good time. Listen to the music and interview.
The state of Minnesota is moving toward what’s being called a “redesign” in government.
Cook County Commissioners are not going forward with revisions to the septic system ordinance until they know where the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency stands.