Winter may seem like it last forever, but it can be one of the most beautiful seasons in the Northland. Viewers share their winter photos with the WDIO Storm Team. You can email your pictures to email@example.com
There are many amateur photographers across the Northland. Whether it's a sunset, a thunderstorm or a snow-covered pine, beauty is all around us. We put the call out to our viewers in August for the 2019 StormTeam Weather Calendar Contest. Here is an example of some of the pictures submitted for the contest.
Warmer weather, thunderstorms, and scenic views - Northlanders capture the beauty of summer in the Northland StormTeam Photo Gallery. Viewers wishing to share their photos may do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
It was a busy weekend for events happening across the region, like graduation parties, the Land of the Loon Festival and of course Grandma's Marathon. The weather has kept things interesting. Hopefully you were able to enjoy the activities you had planned. Here are some photos sent in by viewers this weekend.
From the start of the William A. Irvin 5k race to the finish of the 2018 Grandma's Marathon, Eyewitness Sports is there covering all the action. We ask viewers to send in their photos of this year's Grandma's Marathon festivities to WDIO.
As the 17th ranked Iowa women's basketball team earned a big time Big Ten win on the road against No. 20 Minnesota, it was a homecoming of sorts for one Hawkeye who got to play in front of her hometown fans.
Only in Duluth would you find runners running a full marathon in the winter. As a part of the Duluth Winter Trail Running Series, runners and shoeshoers participated in the Northwoods Winter Marathon and Half Marathon Championships.
The arrival of more than a foot of snow in Duluth, Minn. came at the perfect time for Chester Bowl. The snow fell during their ski and snowboard camp which is generally the five busiest days of the season.