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Ask Danny: Finding A Roof Leak

Find it before the precip finds you.

Everyone loves warmer spring weather, but with warmer temps and the major melting this season, there is a downside. If your roof has had just as tough a winter as you have, you may have sprung a leak just in time for spring. Finding it may not be as straightforward as you think, either. Let home improvement expert Danny Lipford…

Tech Tip Today: GeoGuessr

In today's tech tip, We show you how you can randomly drop into a location anywhere on earth and have to figure out where your are.

  Remember that show from the 90s, “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego”? Well you can play that game in real life now, using your phone in place of Carmen. In today’s tech tip, We show you how you can randomly drop into a location anywhere on earth and have to figure out where your are. Today’s Tech Tip…

App of the Week: Flashback

Automatically Send Photos to the Friends You Take Them With

  The new innovative Flashback App automatically sends your friend’s picture to their device if they are in the photo. There is no forwarding, texting or mailing the image to share. Start off by using an existing picture or by taking a new picture to identify your friends. Tap Tag to match your friend’s identity to the appropriate contact. Anytime…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Make-Your-Own Worms

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Concordia Science Academy’s Dr. Graeme Wyllie to create Make-Your-Own Worms. The experiment makes gross worms from a combination of Gaviscon and calcium chloride. Gaviscon is an indigestion medicine and to make it thicker, it contains a chemical called sodium alginate which comes from seaweed and which is also used to make things thicker…

LIVE: Interstate Drug Busts

State troopers are bagging more suspected dealers than ever before.

Drug traffickers have long used our interstate through North Dakota as a means to shuffle mass quantities of drugs to points here and further east. Now, though, with the expansion of legalized marijuana to 25 states and counting, drug trafficking offenses are coming less often from south of the border and more from the Western part of the United States….

Tech Tip Today: Apple Pay Cash

Forget your wallet? Apple may have you covered.

If you accidentally run out the door without your wallet — but with your smartphone — you may still be able to finish all your shopping in one go. The Apple Pay Cash feature is one that can help you buy what you need from people via a text message. Check it out with Francie Black in this week’s Tech…

App of the Week: Sticky AI

Stick it to 'em with this app.

Today’s App of the Week may leave you in a bit of a sticky situation. That is, you could find yourself playing with it and all its cool effects when you’re supposed to be doing something productive, like cooking dinner or balancing your bank account. But that’s not as fun as this app, as Francie Black shows us. Stick it…

Thinking Green: Plastic Carpet

It may be a shock to find out it's made of plastic recyclables.

Your carpeting can give you quite a shock this time of year, what with static electricity and all. But what’s an even bigger shock to the system is finding out that you can buy carpet made with plastic recyclables. Not only do they not conduct static electricity, but they also give new life to things like plastic bottles and other…

The Ins and Outs of Late Season Winter Sports

Spring Snow Makes For Better Snowshoeing and Cross-Country Skiing

Nordic skiing and snowshoeing are two of the region’s favorite sports when there’s chilly temperatures and fresh snow on the ground. According to Joe Martin of the NDSU Nordic Ski team, the closer the temperature is to freezing, the smoother and faster the ski trails are. When temperatures are lower, the skiiers go slower because of the harder snow out…

Ask Danny: Outdoor Lighting Fixes

It's one of your home's most important security features.

When it comes to landscaping lighting, it’s important to make sure it’s working properly. Not only does it make it a lot harder to negotiate the walk from your door to you car without good outdoor lighting, it’s also key to preventing prowlers and other unwanted visitors from sneaking up to your home undetected. Danny Lipford shows us how to…