Each week the WTIP news staff puts together a roundup of the news over the past five days.
A 21 year old Grand Portage man has appeared in Cook County on a charge of attempted murder in the first degree. The arraignment of Steven Warren Robert Anishnabie was scheduled for 10 a.m.
The Executive Director of Cook County Visitors Bureau is leaving mid-June.
The Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency has brought a proposal to the Cook County-Grand Marais Economic Development Authority for affordable rental housing.
Biologists have begun collaring moose calves in the second phase of a study to determine why Minnesota's moose population is declining so rapidly.
Transportation Improvement plans, School Trust Land exchange, hiring a County Administrators and fixing up the historic Gunflint Trail sign.
The Minnesota House and Senate are poised to vote on a final tax package yet this week.
Looks like the snow squalls may be over and warmer weather is on the way. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson about spring creeping into the Northland.
The moose herd in Voyageurs National Park is holding steady, so are the wolves in Wisconsin. Enbridge resumes oil shipments.