Kalina, Arlo and Kaylee report the latest School News.
Housing, available and affordable, is a big topic in Cook County.
The Violence Prevention Center has openings on their board, in addition to a project at ISD166. WTIP host Mary Manning spoke with Jodi Yuhassey and Marybeth Wilkes on North Shore Morning.&n
The Great Decisions discussion series will feature the topic 'Turkey's Challenges' at their January 15 meeting.
Louise Thomas is the owner of the Anisnabae Art Gallery in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Roadhouse host Buck Benson returns from biking the Andes Trail from the equator to the tip of South America-
Roadhouse producer Ann Possis put host Buck Benson in the guest seat Jan. 2 for a conversation about his recent bicycle adventure through South America--a 6,875-mile journey that took 4 1/2 months. Hear what it was like, his biggest challenges and joys, and what he learned and took away from the experience. You can read his great blog here.
Longtime Duluth News Tribune editor/writer Sam Cook joined Buck last week to talk about everything from wolves and moose to local adventurers and the changing ways we engage with the outdoors. It's a great wrap-up of 2014 and look to the year ahead.
The rest of the week will be very cold, but above normal temperatures are on the way for next week. WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson.
Sunny shares her thoughts on the winter solstice in this edition of Sunny's Back Yard.
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.
"It is possible to nudge yourself in a better direction everyday" says Rick Hanson. In 10 second increments we can grow and become more resilient.
What helps get through the holidays which can be stressful? Basically it comes back to the Four Agreements by Ruiz.
There is lots of evidence that collaboration can reap more rewards than competition. Maybe its time to re-think competition.