Author: Austin Erickson

$60 million to go towards repairing Minnesota bridges in 2022

MINNESOTA (KVRR) – Minnesota officials tout $60 million going towards bridge repairs this year. The money is from the infrastructure law signed by President Biden last year. The state’s Department of Transportation says 660 bridges in Minnesota are in poor condition. The state knows all too well how important it is to have updated infrastructure. In 2007, the Interstate 35W…

Armacost defends UND gender inclusion policy

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (KVRR) – The University of North Dakota president responds to what he calls misleading statements from the North Dakota Catholic Conference on its draft gender inclusion policy. The plan would require the use of a transgender person’s preferred pronouns and the use of facilities that align with their gender identity. Andrew Armacost says the gender inclusion policy aims…

HANSON brings its Red Green Blue tour to Fargo this summer

So excited to finally say we’re going to see you all on tour this year!! Come see us on the Red Green Blue Tour, named after our upcoming project. The https://t.co/3kgsECrFM5 presale starts on Saturday at 10AM local time and the public on-sale is Thursday, January 20th. ❤️ 💚 💙 pic.twitter.com/0uTmNwTieq — HANSON (@hansonmusic) January 13, 2022 FARGO, N.D. (KVRR)…

Several people detained after report of shots fired in Moorhead

Police say they believe a shot was fired at one person in an apartment, but they were not hit.

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) – People in South Moorhead apartments are ordered to shelter in place, and others are evacuated, after a shooting. Police responded to the 3000 block of 18th Street South around 8:50 this morning. A man says he was shot at, but wasn’t hurt. Authorities say the suspect’s…

ND & MN congressional delegations describe what they saw during the capitol insurrection

WASHINGTON (KVRR) – One year ago former President Trump held a “Stop The Steal” rally. Some of his supporters broke into the U.S. capitol while the Senate was certifying election results. “I have vivid memories of being on the Senate floor and watching the Vice President being quickly moved off of the Senate floor trying to understand what was happening…

Blizzard conditions make for tough for driving & clearing snow

FARGO-MOORHEAD (KVRR) – A little over a week after having a snowstorm, North Dakota and Minnesota are once again digging out. Blizzard conditions for those driving and spending the morning clearing snow Tuesday night and Wednesday morning were less than ideal. The City of Fargo closed 19th Avenue North between 18th Street South and Dakota Drive due to strong winds,…

A look back at issues Fargo faced in 2021 with Mayor Dr. Tim Mahoney

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – The pandemic, permanent flood protection and filling hundreds of open jobs. There have been a lot of difficult issues Fargo has faced this year. Austin Erickson spoke with Mayor Dr. Tim Mahoney to see how the city fared amidst the obstacles. “The biggest thing that’s really happened for Fargo is F-M Diversion is now going through. So,…