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Cold weather looms in the forecast this week

There is some cold weather in the forecast this week, and WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with the National Weather Service to find out more. 

Recycle green propane canisters

How to recycle propane canisters from ice fishing heaters

Many Northlanders have an abundance of those small green propane canisters used for heating ice shacks.

Radio magazine

Weekend News Roundup for December 10

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. Stewart Mills stops his recount bid. Lake Superior warming attributed to an algae.

A look inside the North Shore Health renovation and expansion

The North Shore Health hospital and care center campus has been a construction zone since July 2015 and work will continue into next fall.

WTIP shares the latest law enforcement report

Cook County Law Enforcement Report

Youth Radio students work on pieces with Patrick Knight ( far right)

Behind the Scenes of WTIP's Youth Radio Project

WTIP's Youth Radio Project has grown significantly since it's rebirth two years ago.

Sen. Al Franken

Sen. Franken reflects on a new game in Washington

There may be a new administration in Washington, and there certainly will be some changes, but many things will remain the same. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke Minnesota’s U.S.

Carol Christenson

Winter weather on the way with single degrees to minus and wind chill

There may be a little snow in the forecast, but colder weather is the big news.

Tensions flare in Ely over councilman's offensive Facebook post

Ely City Councilman Dan Forsman is under fire after posting to a politically-themed Facebook group, suggesting the members should commit suicide.

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Mila Horak: Life on a coffee farm

Mila Horak divides her time between the North Shore of Minnesota and the tropical weather of Hawaii, where she and her husband Ron Peters operate a farm.