Morning – Features

Weather for the Birds!

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff gets a little help during his last weather forecast from his avian intern,  Bella the Umbrella Cockatoo…and it turns into a very funny situation. Take a look: Bella is available for adoption at the Center for Avian Adoption, Rescue, and Education (C.A.A.R.E.) in West Fargo.

App of the Week: Google Keep

Google's App shows us why they're slowly taking over the universe as we know it -- it's their slick organization skills.

As we know, Google is set to take over the universe as we know it. This app may have unlocked the answer as to why — they’ve mastered the fine art of effortless organization. Take notes, add a to-do list and prioritize your tasks quickly and easily, all with the help of Francie Black in this week’s App of the…

Thinking Green: Ventilating Your Home

Fresh air is hard to come by this time of year.

Keeping your house properly ventilated is always important, but during the winter months it’s trickier to do than almost any other time of year. In this week’s Thinking Green, Danny Lipford brings us a breath of fresh air for inside your house.

Ask Danny: Repairing Cracked Concrete

Winter's taken its toll on your paths and driveways. Here's how to fight back.

It’s been a long winter for all of us, and your concrete walkways and driveways are no exception. Ice and snow removal can be tough on those surfaces, causing cracks and crumbling and making footing even more unsure every time precipitation falls. Replacing an entire walkway or driveway can be cost-prohibitive, however — not to mention messy. Danny Lipford shows…

Thinking Green: Recycling Newspapers

Turn yesterday's news into tomorrow's green products.

Newspapers aren’t just useful for getting the scoop. They’re also recyclable in a lot of different ways. Danny Lipford shows us why recycling your newspapers won’t just free up space in the trash bin — it’ll give the planet some breathing room, too.

NASA Updates for the White Stuff

New Weather Technology Helps People See Snow From Space

Snow is something all of us in the Upper Midwest are used to in the winter. But how are researchers using it to help figure out our country’s water supply? “NASA’s Earth Observing Fleet has been at this for a long time,” explains NASA Scientist Dalia Kirschbaum. New ways to measure the winter white stuff are coming, thanks to scientists…