The oppressive heat appears to be over and cooler temps and precipitation returns to the forecast. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Stewart.
Some area schools don’t get passing grades. The wolf population remains stable and wild rice looks good ahead of harvest. The EDA studies housing and Rep.
Dr. Siri Anderson of St. Catherine University is hosting a lecture called "Organizing your Online Life" with Cook County Higher Education.
The Tofte Township Board had their August monthly meeting recently, so Board Supervisor Jeanne Larson spoke with WTIP's Julie Carlson on North Shore Morning about what was covered in the meeting.&
What’s a residential area and how should the city determine what’s appropriate activity within an R-1 zone?
Even though there has been some rain in the Arrowhead, the forest remains dry and at least one area fire underscores the need for caution in the woods.
There has been a spike in bear incidents within the county in recent weeks, with at least one nuisance bear being taken from the Gunflint Trail.
The Schroeder Township board met last night for a continuation of its March annual meeting in addition to its regular monthly meeting. WTIP volunteer Joey Detrick spoke with the board's
Agates and other rocks are considered high on the list of North Shore treasures.