Radio towers were once again on the agenda for the Cook County Commissioners at their Tuesday morning meeting.
Youth Producer Linnea Henrickson shares some popular movies which give varying insights into love.
Youth Producers Chloe Blackburn and Doran Acero asked kids at Great Expectations School about love and Valentine's Day. This piece is awfully "special, special, special."
The proposed Biomass District Heat Plan could change how heat is provided for a portion of Grand Marais.
Student support services include counseling on a number of different levels.
Medicare is changing some of the rules of the game at hospitals.
Pay raises, the lottery, minimum wage and more politics. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk about tension with the governor, wages and tips and the ethics of gambling
With everything frozen up, birds and mammals can have a difficult time finding water. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about hydrating in winter.
Busy month for law enforcement, felony arrests in particular. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Cook County Sheriff Pat Eliasen about this as well as 911 information and increased snowmobile traffic
WTIP invites community members to participate in a new project designed to bring a wider range of voices to the air. Par
Jack and Ariana report the latest School News.
Betty Folliard is a former state representative and the founder of the organization ERA Minnesota.
The cold and flu season continues to plague students across the county. Here's ISD 166 School Nurse Kay Borud to remind parents when, and when not to, send their children to school.
Chapter 3: The Farm
(Photo courtesy of Loren Kerns on Flickr)
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories. Wolves are back under protected status in the Great Lakes.