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Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Finding the Human Density

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Barry Olson of Benjamin Franklin Middle School to find the human density. What You Need: Ruler Scale Bathtub or human-size container full of water (big enough to completely submerge yourself in it) Pen and Paper a friend How to do the experiment: 1st you must find your weight on a scale in pounds…

LIVE: Midwest Kid Fest

KVRR's Jackie Kelly Talks With Jessica Korynta of the Fargo Park District About the Midwest Kid Fest

KVRR’s Jackie Kelly talks with Jessica Korynta of the Fargo Park District about the Midwest Kid Fest. Jackie also tries out the belly bumper game, which is one of the fun things to do at the festival.

Exploring the Banks of the Red River

NDSU Students take a bike ride to learn about their home

The Red River in all its glory provides water to a lot of us across the region. But how has the river changed throughout the years? What starts off as a normal summer class has turned into an unorthodox classroom studying the nooks and crannies of what we call the Red. NDSU Geology students rode along the banks to enhance…

LIVE: F-M Restaurant Week 2017

KVRR's Jackie Kelly Talks With the Owner of Rosey's Bistro About Their Restaurant Week Menu

F-M Restaurant Week 2017 runs from June 8th-17th. KVRR’s Jackie Kelly traveled to Rosey’s Bistro in Downtown Fargo and talked with their owner, Tim “Rosey” Rosendahl, about their Restaurant Week menu. Rosey also taught Jackie how to make their lump crab meat grilled cheese. To see what restaurants are participating in the FM Restaurant Week  2017 click here.

National Donut Day

They're surprisingly fresh and delicious for a 100-year-old treat.

It’s National Donut Day, and we’re celebrating for a sweet, sweet cause. The Salvation Army spent the morning handing out free donuts in downtown Fargo, cooked up from a 100-year-old recipe developed in the field during World War I, when “donut girls” cooked batches to give to deployed soldiers who were looking for a little taste of comfort far from…

KVRR Experiments with Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Color-Bombs

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Concordia Science Academy Coordinator, Dr. Graeme Wyllie, to create a Color-Bomb! What you need to create a Color-Bomb: Small Clear Cup or similar container Water Cooking Oil Food Coloring How to Make a Color Bomb – Fill the cup with water about 3/4 full. Gently tilt the cup  and pour a very thin…