The wet, snowy and windy Christmas storm came and went, leaving colder temperatures but no more snow.
With many Cook County and North Shore residents planning to travel over the holidays and folks from far away coming to visit, WTIP’s Rhonda Silence went to downtown Grand Marais to talk to peopl
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding Northlanders to think twice before going out on the ice.
It could be a weather-rough Christmas. The county board wraps up the year with a compromise and a resignation. The biggest invasive species treat to the Great Lakes turns out to be plastic.
There’s a new business in “downtown” Lutsen. H.Lil's boutique features an eclectic mix of gifts, home décor and yarn.
Have you purchased a Christmas tree at a local business? Do you know where it was grown? Odds are the tree has been cared for by Karen Smaby of Grand Marais.
Lily Gruber-Schulz graduated from Cook County High School in the spring of 2016. While attending school in Grand Marais, Lily became well recognized for her talents as a student athlete.
There is a 100 percent chance of precipitation Christmas Day and into Monday. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Dean Melde about snow and more snow.