Entertainment

Fargo Park District Gets City “On the Move” In New Campaign

The park district will put on a whole week of free, outdoor events in June

FARGO, N.D. — Eat well, play well and you will live well. That’s why the Fargo Park District has launched their “On the Move” initiative to help get more people active throughout the community. The park district has partnered with Family Wellness, Courts Plus and the YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties to bring a week of outdoor activities for the…

LIVE: Pet Connection: Meet Zeke and Happy Jake

The perfect dogs for the great dog-walking weather that's finally here.

When you get up as early as we do here on the Morning Show, you’ll take any chance you get to keep a smile on your face. That’s where Happy Jake and Zeke come in awfully handy. The 1-and-a-half-year-old yellow Lab and the 5-year-old blue heeler woke up pretty early themselves to come in all the way from James River…

River Keepers are Telling You to Get Out and Enjoy the Red This Summer

"The scenery is just breathtaking and the wildlife that you get to see along the Red, it's just a beautiful, beautiful site"

FARGO, N.D. — The River Keepers meet once a year to honor members, discuss new possibilities and learn how to continue keeping the Red River clean. People involved in the group are sharing their plans for the future. The Red River is a distinct characteristic to the Fargo/Moorhead community, but it does more than just glorify nature. “The Red River’s…

LIVE: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

We're talking dirty, live in studio, with the director of the latest FMCT musical.

It’s not often we get to talk dirty on TV, and thanks to the hard work of the folks at Fargo Moorhead Community Theater, we’re making it happen live on the Morning Show. “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” director Adam Pankow sat down with Emily Welker for a live in-studio interview about the 11-time Tony Award-nominated musical, based on the 1988 movie…

No Criminal Charges Will Be Filed In Prince’s Death

The announcement Thursday from Carver County Attorney Mark Metz means the state's investigation into how Prince got the fentanyl that killed him is closed.

MINNEAPOLIS – The prosecutor in the Minnesota county where Prince died says he’s filing no criminal charges in the musician’s death. The announcement Thursday from Carver County Attorney Mark Metz means the state’s investigation into how Prince got the fentanyl that killed him is closed. It came hours after documents revealed a doctor accused of illegally prescribing an opioid for…

80 Years of Comics: Action Comics Releases its 1,000th Issue

Comic book experts say it's rare for many comic book companies to ever get over 50 issues let alone accomplish this kind of achievement

FARGO, N.D. — Action Comics released its first comic book in 1938 with the first appearance of Superman. 80 years later, Action Comics is releasing its 1,000th issue. Comic book experts say it’s rare for  companies to ever get to 50 issues let alone accomplish this kind of achievement. To celebrate, Action Comics’ #1000 issue is available for $8, doesn’t have…

Food Services of America Puts on Annual Thrive Food Show at Fargodome

More than 120 vendors were at the expo

FARGO, N.D. — Food service experts say the first three years are the most difficult for a new restaurant for a variety of reasons. “You’re trying to get your management staff up to what your goal is if you’re the owner, operator. What’s the culture? What are you trying to accomplish over the next five years,” said Richard Byers, with…

Red River Zoo Calling all Pokemon Go Trainers for Game’s New Updates

They have two gymnasiums and seven different Pokestops for people to rack up points

FARGO, N.D. — For all you Pokemon Go players out there, Red River Zoo is luring in all trainers with the games latest updates! Exciting changes to the game are attracting fans to once again ‘catch–em–all’. The zoo hosted a Pokemon Go Social where lures were set up at various Pokestops between 1 and 4:30 pm and people won prices…

Kids and Parents Go On “Jurassic Quest” For The Weekend

The exhibit offered educational lessons, dinosaur rides, shows and a petting zoo

  GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Kids and their parents traveled back in time this weekend to the Mesozoic era when dinosaurs once walked the earth. Jurassic Quest is a traveling, animatronic dinosaur exhibit that came to Grand Forks for the weekend. The museum is meant to be a fun way for kids to learn more about dinosaurs with their parents. In…

LIVE: Holy cow!!!! There’s a cow in the studio.

Learn all about dairy cows with the help of NDSU's Animal Science Program.

Mooove over, Emily and Adam — you’re about the share the camera and the studio with someone much, much cuter. It’s National Farm Animal Day, and we couldn’t think of a better way to learn all about the critters that much of the Red River Valley pour their heart and soul into than from the folks at the NDSU Animal…