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LIVE: Deadly Labor Day Weekend for Drivers

Don't be the next victim of a Labor Day crash.

This long labor day weekend is already a deadly one for North Dakota drivers. Three people have died so far this holiday weekend in crashes across the state, and the rush to get home before work starts Tuesday morning is not yet over. Troopers say it’s too early to attribute a common cause to the string of fatalities. However, there…

LIVE: Fight Type 1 Diabetes With JDRF

JDRF Annual One Walk Set For September 14th

  Join the fight to end type one diabetes with JDRF. Their One Walk to end type one is Saturday, September 14th at Scheels Arena. Hundreds will walk from the arena to raise awareness money for type one diabetes research. JDRF ambassadors Priscilla Boman and Sam Erdmann joined the KVRR morning show. They told us how important JDRF is to…

LIVE: Making Life Easier For Farmers Selling And Buying Equipment

Big Iron Auctions Expanding Into Region

  Our farmers have been dealing with a hard year: trade war troubles, bad weather. Now a new business is in the region ready to make life a little easier for producers. Big Iron Auctions, not to be confused with the Big Iron Farm Show, is a Nebraska-based company that recently expanded to North Dakota and Western Minnesota. They do…

LIVE: Racing Against Suicide

What a West Fargo teenage race car driver is doing to stop suicide.

Alyssa White is only 16 years old, but she’s already been touched more than once by the shadow of suicide. The West Fargo student lost a friend who was just 12 years old to suicide completion, the first of several of her peers she’s since lost. Since then, White has started to speak openly about the challenges facing  young people…

LIVE: Urgent Need For School-Based Big Brothers/Big Sisters

Group Needs Around 50 People To Mentor Kids In Schools

  You can change the life of a kid in our area in just one hour a week. And they need you now more than ever. Big Brothers/Big Sisters is looking for School–based Bigs, like Erika and Cora, who are pictured. School–based Bigs visit with kids for an hour each week during their lunch hour. Big Brothers/Big Sisters needs about…

LIVE: Island Park Show

It's a place to find things you're sure to want to show off.

The end of summer is a bittersweet time of year, but there’s a way to make it go down a little easier this weekend. You can find some of the most creative, beautiful and interesting arts, crafts and finds for your family at the Island Park Art Show going on this weekend. It’s held every summer during one of the…

Bison Illustrated: Big New Beginnings

Big shoes to fill for both head coach and starting QB.

The news we’ve been waiting all these weeks for finally popped: the Bison have finally chosen their new starting quarterback to lead the team to their latest FCS title. Trey Lance has been anointed the heir apparent to the likes of Easton Stick, Carson Wentz and Brock Jensen. He beat out two other contenders, Zeb Noland and Noah Sanders, for…

LIVE: Stay Safe On The Roads During Back To School Time

Fargo PD Tips For Drivers To Stay Safe

  Fargo Police PIO Jessica Schindeldecker joins us with tips for drivers to make sure you keep yourselves and kids safe while you drive to work and they walk or bike to school. They’re good tips for any driver. Slow down so you have more reaction time if a kid darts out into the street. Don’t have distractions like phone…

Thermostat Recommendations For Sleeping Have Some Hot Under The Collar

Federal Program Says Best To Sleep at 82 Degrees

  FARGO, N.D. — How cool do you like it when you’re sleeping? A lot of people are sweating over a new federal recommendation to keep your thermostat at 82 degrees overnight. That’s what the ENERGY STAR program says is optimal for energy efficiency. The recommendation during the day is 78 degrees when you’re home, and 85 degrees or more…

LIVE: Barnesville’s Potato Days on National Potato Day

Lefse us tell you about all the great things happening this week for Potato Days.

It’s National Potato Day this Monday, and we couldn’t be more chipper about the whole event, because potatoes are something most people in this region get pretty steamed up about. That’s especially true in Barnesville, Minn., where residents have been serving the Red River Valley its Potato Days festival every year in late August. A smash hit for young and…