Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us each Saturday morning to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.
According to our fishing expert Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, it’s all happening in the woods and not on the water.
Knowledge Bowl is a Jeopardy-style trivia contest activity for both Cook County Middle School and High School students. This week in Cook County Middle School News, Knowledge Bowl Coach Dorie Ca
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota has won a federal grant to reduce mercury exposure for women and children living along Lake Superior's north shore.
The voter ID amendment has been hotly debated on both sides of the political spectrum. One reason is because so many details are not included in the bill’s wording.
The federal government will investigate why infants born around Lake Superior have sometimes unhealthy levels of mercury in their blood, especially those along Minnesota's north shore.
Solar panel action by the city golf course and a new architect for the Community Connection. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Grand Marais Rec Park Manager Dave Tersteeg.
Dave Seaton chatted Sept. 28 with Bob King, Duluth News-Tribune photographer, astronomer, and author of the Astro Bob blog. They covered everything from northern lights (fall's the best time to see them) to Mars Curiosity to getting enough sleep while working days and stargazing at night.
Bumblebees are still out, and they are probably queens looking to dig in for winter.
Buck chatted Sept. 28 with Dr. Sam Wasser, director of the Center for Conservation Biology at the U of Washington, about an amazing group of dogs that assist in wildlife research by sniffing out scat for study.
Weather looks good to mid-week, then it’ll cool off before we warm up again. Winter’s not here yet. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Mike Syewart.