Author: Burleigh Holder

Months remaining to get Real ID compliant

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Air travel will soon be experiencing even more regulations by the end of this year. Starting October 1 all American travelers must be REAL ID compliant to board domestic flights. This has been in the works since 2005 in response to the September 11th attacks. To apply for a Real ID at the DMV you will…

WTO’s Chief Economist describes U.S. economy during Covid-19

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – North Dakota State university invites the World Trade Organization’s chief economist to explain what the economic landscape looks like since dealing with Covid-19. Robert Koopman touched on how issues in the service and agriculture industries may be temporary, the pros and cons of globalization and how our economic success is tied to eradicating Covid-19 and its…

Dilworth Police hand out emergency Stickers

Taking a neat idea from the Twin Cities

DILWORTH, Minn. – Dilworth Police decide to take a Twin Cities idea and make it their own. Starting as soon as next week Dilworth Police are offering stickers for residents to put at their door or gate displaying medical conditions. The hope is that with some information about conditions such as autism, dementia, or hearing impairment officers will be better…

Two displaced after South Fargo fire

Mysterious Porch Fire in South Fargo

FARGO, N.D. – Two people are rescued from an apartment fire on 18th Street South in Fargo. Firefighters responded to the porch blaze at around 3:00 Friday afternoon. Officials say due to quick work by the team, the fire was knocked down before reaching the inside of the building. The people saved are finding temporary housing through the Red Cross….

Moler Barber College thanks first responders with free haircuts

A barber school does what it can to help first responders

FARGO, N.D. – Moler Barber College is offered free haircuts to people that put their lives on the line for the community on Wednesday. The barber college was also taking walk-in appointments for $9 a haircut. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to a local family who has faced trying times during this past year. “Primarily we do…

MSUM Aims to Educate about Women’s Rights in America

The MSUM Women's Center Leads a charge.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — March is Women’s History Month and MSUM is raising awareness of how the suffrage movement is connected to the rights of other groups. In addition to a display, the university is going to host multiple speakers online to talk about the true history of women’s rights. The online talks are open to the public. They will focus…

Fargo-Moorhead St. Patrick Day Parade Returns

People are once again able to enjoy a FM Parade.

FARGO, N.D. – Is it the luck of the Irish? The Fargo-Moorhead St. Patrick’s Parade is back. The parade will be held on Saturday, March 20th. This year the festivities will be kicked off with a Shamrock N run where the community is invited to take part in a 7k, 14k, or 21k run as well as a beer mile…

Arrests made in ND drug pipeline

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Outgoing U.S. Attorney for North Dakota Drew Wrigley announces key arrests in a major drug trafficking investigation. Several members of the Michigan Reub gang are currently in custody due to a joint investigation between North Dakota and Michigan agencies. Wrigley says the operation involves tens of millions of dollars of narcotics and thus far has targeted…

Dakota Medical Center Partners with Tech4kids to donate laptops

Mrs. North Dakota Amy Longtin leverages position to help children in need.

FARGO, N.D. – The new Mrs. North Dakota Amy Longtin started a tech-focused non-profit to provide tools to kids in need. Tech4kids is donating 20 refurbished laptops to another non-profit focused on education. They were donated by many local companies such as Stoneridge Software and RDO. Tech4kids then made sure they were in good working order. “I reached out to…