Cailan Carpenter joined us in the studio this week to share her thoughts on picking a topic for her Night of the Notorious project.
The Superior National Forest announced that Nancy S. Larson will be the new district ranger for the Gunflint Ranger District in Grand Marais.
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
Minnesota law requires all families to participate in early child screenings.
Minnesota's first regulated wolf hunt moves into a new phase Saturday when sport trappers will be allowed to try their luck for the first time since the region's wolves came off the endangered
Technology looms large on the horizon for ISD166. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Superintendent Beth Schwarz about tech, budgets and new vehicles.
Bob chatted recently with Alice Coffey, an 18-year veteran of the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line, about common turkey questions and tips. You can reach the Butterball experts at 1-800-Butterball, or www.butterball.com. New this year: a Butterball app for your smartphone!
Buck welcomed Alaska writer, photographer and commercial fisherman Seth Kantner to Studio A Nov. 16. Seth is the highly-acclaimed author of "Ordinary Wolves" and "Shopping for Porcupine," and was in Grand Marais as the featured speaker at North House Folk School's Winterer's Gathering.
Bob visited Nov. 16 with Mary Rockefeller Morgan, author of "Beginning with the End: A Memoir of Twin Loss & Healing." She's a therapist who specializes in working with twinless twins. In this book, she shares her personal story of losing her twin brother at age 23, and how the special bond between twins affects the grieving process.
Nice weather for the next couple of day, then turning cooler. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson about late November as well as weird fall tornadoes.
The Minnesota Legislature is back in the hands of the DFL. District 3 Sen. Tom Bakk is the new Senate Majority Leader. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Sen.
If the country goes over the fiscal cliff at the end of the year, it will take a substantial chunk of Cook County North Shore Hospital and Care Center with it.
The first half of Minnesota's inaugural wolf hunt closed Sunday, Nov. 18, with fewer than 150 wolves killed, according to Department of Natural Resources numbers.
Giving feedback is a critical skill.