Each week the WTIP News Department reviews the major stories of the past five days. Many state railroad bridges are deficient.
Minnesota has developed a new system for the reporting the abuse of vulnerable adults.
Leeches or minnows are turning walleyes in 8 to 14 feet on Cascade Lake and Crescent Lake, 12 to 16 feet at Hungry Jack Lake, or the 12- to 16-foot rock piles on Two Island Lake.
Maybe a little rain on Friday, but otherwise a nice sunny weekend is in store for the Shore. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Carol Christenson.
WTIP volunteer Joey Detrick talked to Andrew Beavers, supervisor of the Lutsen Township Board, about their most recent meeting.
ATV’s on the Gunflint Trail, discretionary funding, new security cameras and much more. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with County Commissioner Heidi Doo-Kirk.
Wearing sunscreen is an important guard against developing melanoma. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with nurse Amy Marie Schmidt about the summer sun’s UV rays.
Gravel, dust suppression and mowing the county roads. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with County Engineer David Betts about highway department projects this summer.
On the Nature of Teaching is a monthly segment on WTIP highlighting how we teach and learn in the natural world.