The level of Lake Superior dropped three inches in January, about the usual decline for the month, according to the International Lake Superior Board of Control.
One in 10 babies along Minnesota's North Shore are born with unhealthy levels of mercury in their bodies. That, according to a new report on contamination around Lake Superior.
Minnesota US Senator Al Franken talked about the Federal delisting of grey wolves, Minnesota's hi-tech manufacturing potential and mahnomen porridge with WTIP DayBreak host Roger&nb
State Representative David Dill (DFL-Crane Lake) spoke to WTIP's Carah Thomas on Tuesday, January 31st, sharing his views on wolf management and precious metals mining.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
A Minnesota state House committee has passed a bill that would let county attorneys carry guns on the job.
Grand Marais Mayor Larry Carlson reports on two presentations made at this week’s city council meeting. WTIP’s Jay Andersen interviewed the mayor on the AM Community Calendar.
Two competing plans for a Minnesota wolf hunt in the fall will be discussed at a hearing today at the state Capitol.
Since the courthouse shooting in December, Cook County commissioners have been considering security measures for the safety of the public and courthouse staff.