There are a lot of ways climate change stands to affect Lake Superior. There's the reduction in ice cover, rising lake temperatures, the increase in storminess and declining water levels.
There are two big manufacturing expansions planned in the Northeast. One of them is in Two Harbors.
Legal documents concerning the school, county, YMCA and city are moving toward resolution for the new community center.
Mary Bue, Duluth singer/songwriter, visited Studio A with her keyboard to chat and play her original songs on WTIP for the first time. She was joined by local musician Bump Blomberg. Her new album is called "An Apple in the Ocean."
Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
How do we allow ourselves enough time for discernment before we know what is right action?
Daring Greatly, the new book by Brene Brown, explores how we live with vulnerability. This segment shares the myths of perfectionism.
Bob visited Oct. 5 with musicians Keith Secola and Briand Morrison about an event to help restore George Morrison's painting, "Dawn and Sea," the artist's gift many years ago to the Cook County Schools. The painting is going on tour with the Minnesota Museum of American Art to museums across the country. Keith, who was inducted into the Native Music Hall of Fame in 2011, played a few songs and talked about his new album, "Life is Grand."
Open Arms Minnesota's volunteer-powered organic farm supports its meal services for those with serious illness-
Buck spoke Oct. 5 with Ben Penner, farm director at Open Arms MN, about the organic farm they started three years ago to supply their kitchens with fresh, nutritious food. Open Arms is a nonprofit that serves people with serious illness like multiple sclerosis, cancer, AIDS, and others, by delivering healthy meals right to their homes.
Out There is a monthly segment from WTIP volunteer and commentator Shelby Gonzalez.