Moorhead

Frostival: New Offerings

Do you qualify for the Undie Run?

Christmas is over, New Year’s has popped its cork, and Valentine’s Day is a long, long way off on the horizon. We’ve reached the January doldrums of winter, when it seems like we’re so far between festivities there’s not much to look forward to, other than a long winter’s nap until spring thaw. But behold!!! Off on yonder peak —…

NDSU Fans Celebrate Sixth FCS Championship Win in Seven Years

Bison defeat James Madison University 17-13.

  FARGO, N.D. — Revenge is a dish best served on a football field. And Bison fans know just how sweet it tastes as they watched their team bring a win back to Fargo. “Go Bison” was the chant heard around the metro as NDSU took their sweet revenge on James Madison, bringing the FCS Championship trophy back to Fargo. “It’s…

Child Dies In Moorhead Crash

Two-Year-Old In Vehicle That Was Rear-Ended

A two-year-old boy dies after a four vehicle crash in Moorhead. Emergency crews responded to the intersection of 34th Street and Highway 10 East shortly after noon Saturday. A pickup rear-ended a vehicle with two adults and a two-year-old child in it. Both vehicles continued eastbound and hit two more cars as they went onto 34th Street. The driver of…

All The Winter Outdoor Fun You’ll Need This Season

fargo-moorhead has everything from cross country skiing to ice skating

FARGO, N.D. — Some better weather this weekend means it’s time to spend a little more time outdoors. The holidays may be over but the winter fun is only beginning in Fargo-Moorhead. There are all sorts of winter activities to do in Fargo this weekend from ice skating to even fat biking. “Fat biking is another thing coming up. We’ve noticed…

Phones, Computers Containing Chips from Intel, ARM Holdings at Hacking Risk

it includes all Microsoft and Apple equipment

NATIONAL — Security researchers have found just about every phone and computer containing a chip from Intel, Advanced Micro Devices and ARM Holdings could be hacked. That includes two of the biggest software developers including Microsoft and Apple. Their processors could be used to open any device with a security feature on them even though it doesn’t have permission. Experts say…

Pet Connection: Meet Virginia

I can't wait to Meet Virginia.

If you know “Meet Virginia,” by the band Train, you probably know it’s about a woman who, in the words of the song, “loves babies and surprises….wears high heels when she exercises…she’s beautiful.” This Virginia doesn’t wear high heels, but she does like children and wear a coat outside when it’s cold out. And boy is she beautiful, both inside…

Consistency is Key to Maintain a Backyard Full of Wild Birds Through Winter

A source of water and access to high-fat foods such as sunflower seeds and suet cake are vital to wintering birds

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Some homeowners in the region may be looking to lure birds to brighten up their backyards during the dull winter months. But there may be a few things to consider before buying your first bird feeder. Many homeowners choose to set out food to attract backyard birds during the winter. Wild birds can add a bit of…

Money Talks: Can 2018 Top Last Year?

It might, if the rumors we're hearing have any truth to them.

The year is still just about as young as it gets in the financial world, but already there are rumblings abroad of some major shakeups to come in both the retail and the entertainment industries. Paul Meyers from Legacy Wealth Management sat down live in studio with the Morning Show’s Emily Welker to talk about some intriguing rumors (one involving…

Moorhead Native, Will Borgen Selected to USA Olympic Hockey Team

Will Borgen is one of two players from the NCHC on the USA Olympic team.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The United States released the roster for this winter Olympic team. On it is former Moorhead Spud defense man and current St. Cloud State Husky Junior Will Borgen. Borgen has a goal and seven assists for the top ranked Huskies so far this season. He also was a member of team USA’s world junior team back in 2015-16….

How to Avoid Busted Pipes During The Winter

Experts say to keep your heat at 55 degrees

  FARGO, N.D. — It’s time to turn up the heat with the temperature dropping more every day. Even if you plan to get away for New Year’s weekend, some say it’s important to keep the temperature in your apartment or home at 55 degrees. Experts say it’s the best way to keep your pipes from bursting which can also cause…