Morning – In The Community

LIVE: Asian Night Market at The Plains

Come hungry.

Are you hungry for a taste of Asian culture and cuisine? May is National Asian American and Pacific Islander Month, and you can help wrap it up in style with a night market that’s worth skipping lunch for. This Friday, the Plains Art Museum is hosting its second annual Asian Night Market. It’s based on the popular night markets for…

You Want To Feel What Love Is? These Students Can Show You

Their love of music got them on stage with a major music act. KVRR's Brian Barrett was there.

FARGO — Some local singers took the stage with an iconic rock band and help them sing their biggest hit. The kids of Sheyenne High School are waking up after a dream-come-true night on stage in which they played the biggest concert of their lives alongside Foreigner. Their voices ringing in the familiar chorus, “I wanna know what love is,…

LIVE: Learning Steak Cuts With NDSU Meat Science

Get steak tips from NDSU Meat Science

  Dr. Eric Berg with NDSU Meat Science tells us all about different steak cuts, how to spot them, and their pros and cons. He explains the difference between ribeye and strip steak and why T-bones can be difficult to grill. NDSU students have their own butcher shop in the Meat Science program. It’s called The NDSU Meat Lab. The…

LIVE: Swim Season Safety

Jump on in and refresh yourself. And your memory.

Believe it or not, pool and lake season is almost here. And you have a very short time frame left to make sure your family hits the water brushed up on their swim safety rules. May is National Water Safety Month. Swim instructors from Foss Swim School say national statistics show drowning is the single leading cause of death from…

LIVE: Toughest Monster Trucks Coming To Grand Forks

The Toughest Monster Truck Tour stops at the Alerus Center Saturday afternoon

  The Toughest Monster Trucks around are heading to Grand Forks this weekend. The Toughest Monster Truck Tour stops at the Alerus Center Saturday afternoon. They came to Fargo for to appear on KVRR’s morning show on Friday, but the snow and cold kept them from busting out the big trucks. Their show in Grand Forks starts at 3:00, but…

LIVE: Taking The Polar Plunge For Special Olympics Minnesota

Today is the day more than 100 people take the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Minnesota

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) – Today is the day more than 100 people take the plunge for Special Olympics Minnesota. That’s KVRR’s Adam Ladwig doing his “Polar Plunge” live on the morning show Thursday. Special Olympics Minnesota is celebrating 50 years this year and 25 years of the Polar Plunge. Today’s plunge at MSUM was the first one ever in Moorhead….

Bull Riders Heading To Grand Forks For PBR Tour

The Alerus Center is hosting the Grand Forks Chute Out event, part of the Professional Bull Riders tour

  GRAND FORKS, N.D. (KVRR) – Cowboys are riding into town in Grand Forks to tussle with some big bulls. The Alerus Center is hosting the Grand Forks Chute Out event, part of the Professional Bull Riders tour. 35 cowboys will try to hold on the a raging bull for 8 seconds. Their season started in October and ends in…

LIVE: Garden Tours Return to the Metro

Plus, a peek at where things are already in full swing in our local gardening world.

  FARGO — There’s still several feet of snow on the ground, but gardeners are already getting into high gear. And KVRR was lucky enough to get a peek behind the scenes at Baker Garden and Gift’s big production facility on the city’s south side. They’re prepping pots and plugs ahead of plant shoppers looking to score the best and…

LIVE: Spring Storm and Calving Season

The timing pretty much couldn't be worse.

Farmers and ranchers are getting hit hard by the severe weather as it strikes in the middle of calving and lambing season. The severe weather makes it hard enough to be outside for any kind of work, but newborn livestock are extremely vulnerable to cold temperatures. that means ranchers have to make sure the animals have extra protection from the…

LIVE: 3rd Annual Able Games

From adversity, ability.

They’re young athletes who are no strangers to adversity, and the severe weather Friday morning made for a little bit more. The Third Annual Able Games kicked off at 9:30, but Friday’s freezing drizzle made it hard for some of the buses carrying players to roll from schools in the southern valley. Fargo native and professional football player Connor McGovern…