Pierce, Kalina and Sophia report the latest School News.
Cook County adventurers Dave and Amy Freeman are spending a year in the wilderness. On a regular basis they’ll be sharing some of their experiences traveling the BWCAW.
Hi. I’m Mary Ann Atwood, administrative support assistant on the Gunflint Ranger District, with the National Forest Update - information on conditions affecting travel and recreation on th
Owners of the Bent Paddle Brewery visited the Silver Bay City Council on Monday, March 21.
If you’re hiding Easter eggs outdoors on Saturday, be sure they’re brightly colored, because snow is on the way.
Following the recent crash of a driverless car, there's been a lot of talk about these vehicles. Frank Douma is a transportation policy expert and director of the state and local policy program at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the U of MN. He chatted with Dave recently about the challenges and advantages of driverless cars, and what the future might hold for this technology.
The county board is taking some extra time to consider a request from Sheriff Pat Eliasen to raise conceal/carry permit fees.
The owner of Fika Coffee took a trip to Guatemala earlier this month in search of the perfect roasting bean.
The following are WTIP staff and volunteer award winners in the 2015 Minnesota Associated Press Broadcasters news contest.
Author, radio producer, and college instructor Aaron Brown writes about life and politics on the Iron Range on his website, minnesotabrown.com. He joined Dave recently to discuss what we can expect from this year's unusually short Minnesota legislative session.
March is Women's History Month. A new book, "Women of Mayo Clinic: The Founding Generation," explores the significant contributions women made to the clinic. Ann Possis spoke with the book's author, Virginia Wright-Peterson, about the story and how she came to tell it. You can learn more about Virginia and her writing here.