Morning – In The Community

Bodies found in Grand Forks home include mother and three children

Grand Forks Public Schools was informed that a parent and three students were found deceased in the residence.

1/1 Show Caption Hide Caption GRAND FORKS, ND – A sad and tragic tale is being uncovered in Grand Forks where the bodies of a mother and three children were found Thursday morning in a south side house. Police say all three died of gunshot wounds. They have been identified as 35–year–old Astra Volk, six–year–old Arianna Talmage, 10–year–old Aidan Talmage…

LIVE: Pet Connection: Meet Jack

You don't know Jack, but you should!

We didn’t know Jack, either, until Diamond In The Ruff’s Ryan Keel brought him in to meet us in the KVRR Morning Show studio live on the air this Pet Connection Thursday. And boy, were we ever impressed. Jack’s a calm, well-mannered, affectionate lab cross with perhaps some bulldog or pit bull thrown in. He gets along well with everyone…

LIVE: New Artist Series

Mike Marth: Man At Work.

We’re starting something new here on the Morning Show, with a series of stories that profile the artists who live and create right here in the Red River Valley. From visual artists, to dancers, to musicians, standup comics and more, each one of them is a separate voice and a unique vision. Not only do they contribute an enormous amount…

LIVE: Au-Some Evening 2018

An awesome event with activists for autism awareness.

It’s a growing medical diagnosis in American kids, and it might be one of the most poorly understood. Autism spectrum conditions affect many families in North Dakota, and until less than a decade ago, there were no organizations here dedicated to supporting them. That’s why Darcy Kasprowicz and her family started the North Dakota Autism Center, right around the time…

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…

LIVE: Roberts Commons Opens In Downtown

The new mixed-use space that's uniting the downtown community under one roof.

It’s finally here. Roberts Commons, the new, mixed-use property in the heart of downtown Fargo that marries a 400-space public parking garage with apartments, retail, restaurants and more is open for business after 3-plus years in the planning. Of course, that’s not to say that the scaffolding is down yet. Workers are putting the finishing touches on many of the…

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…

LIVE: Move More Month

Your dog and your heart will thank you.

In spite of the spectacularly crummy weather, there’s one sure-fire way to inspire yourself to get out and get some fresh air and exercise this spring. The American Heart Association is encouraging all of us to move more, because April is move more month. The AHA says new evidence suggests there may be few better ways to get yourself moving…

LIVE: Working With Molten Metal to Make Your Own Jewelry

Taking the mystery out of the lost wax method.

It sounds so mysterious, the “lost wax method” of making jewelry — like the lost tomb of an ancient mummy that’s stymied archaeologists for years. Turns out, the lost wax method of making jewelry is almost that old. The technique that takes a wax mold form to create rings and pendants out of molten metal dates back to the Bronze…

LIVE: Suicide — The Ripple Effect

Connecting with other survivors, with a film that shares a survivor's amazing story.

It’s a documentary film that tackles one of the toughest topics facing our times, and in spite of its difficult subject matter, “Suicide: The Ripple Effect” is already sold out for this week’s showing at Marcus Theaters. The documentary features the incredible life story of Kevin Hines, who survived an attempt at suicide by jumping off the world-famous Golden Gate…