Morning – In The Studio

Big Brother, Big Sister, Big Hearts

Is there room in your heart? Come to the Bowl for Kids' Sake Fundraiser and make some room for a child who needs a friend.

50 boys in the F-M metro area could use a friend. That’s how long the wait list is of young boys who are on the wait list, who don’t have fathers in their lives and who are hoping to be paired up with a mentor who shares their interests who can give them a little time and a friendly ear…

LIVE: Telling Your Story With “The Tell”

Storytelling Event Series Wraps Up Its 5th Season In Fargo This Week

Laura Egland, the organizer of The Tell, joins us live on KVRR Local News. The Tell is a series of events where people get a chance to share true stories in connection to a broad theme. Potential speakers throw their name into a drawing, and eight people are selected to share a story. The final event of The Tell’s fifth…

LIVE: Celebrating NDSU Track And Field With Bison Illustrated

Bison Illustrated Editor Joe Kerlin talks about the latest issue of the magazine

Bison Illustrated editor Joe Kerlin joins us live on KVRR Local News to talk about the latest issue of Bison Illustrated. The issue highlight’s NDSU’s track and field teams, which have dominated the Summit League athletic conference for the last decade. Kerlin also shows off other magazines that Spotlight Media produces. You can find them for free at stores across…

LIVE: Learn About Somali Culture And Cuisine

International Potluck Featuring Somali Food Set For Plains Art Museum

Peter Schott joins Adam Ladwig on KVRR’s morning show. Schott helps organize the International Potluck series, a monthly potluck meal at the Plains Art Museum. This month, the group is featuring Somali food. Everyone who brings a dish shares a story about Somali culture. They try out samosa, a fried wrapping filled with meat, vegetables and spices. The event is…

Group Raising Money To Help Transgender People In F-M Community

Community Uplift Program Helps LGBTQ+ And Minority Communities

Ryan Black with the Community Uplift Program joins KVRR’s morning show to talk about the group’s new fundraising effort. The group works with LGBTQ+ and minority communities, offering therapy and a chance to feel welcomed. The group is raising money online for a number of projects, including a transition transit program, which helps transgender people travel to the Twin Cities…

LIVE: Science You Can Do At Home

Concordia Chemistry Professor Dr. Graeme Wyllie Shows Us Fun Science Experiments You Can Do At Home

Dr. Graeme Wyllie from Concordia College and Concordia student Robin Fettig show us a simple science experiment you can do right at home. All you need is a small dish, milk, food coloring and dish soap. Dr. Wyllie also shows up an explosive experiment you probably shouldn’t do at home. But it’s fun! Categories: Community, Local News, Morning – In…

LIVE: Presidential Rankings: Where Does Obama Stand?

Dr. Barbara Headrick From MSUM Breaks Down A New Presidential Rankings List

MSUM Political Science Professor Barbara Headrick joins Adam Ladwig to talk presidential rankings on KVRR’s morning show. C-Span surveyed 91 historians and academics. They examined a list of different criteria for each president to come up with a final list. The rankings come out every time the presidency changes hands. Headrick talks about the top-ranked presidents and why they sit…

Local Maker Turns Pillows Into Art, Uniforms Into Memories

Creativity and nostalgia combine at Unglued Craft Fest 2017.

The Unglued Craft Fest is upon us this coming weekend at the Plains Art Museum — 70 or so local makers who craft, create, design, sew, paint, upcycle and delight us with their talent and passion for decor, home goods, art, jewelry and more. Emily Welker sat down live in studio with maker Emily Brooks and her embroidery machine to…

LIVE: Protecting Self-Driving Cars From Hackers

NDSU Research Could Help Determine If A Vehicle Is Hacked

NDSU Assistant Professor Jeremy Straub joins Adam Ladwig on KVRR’s morning show. Researchers at the university are looking into how to detect if self-driving cars have been hacked. Straub talks about how they’re trying to detect possible hacking, and why a tiny model car is integral to their research. As the technology progresses, more people will have self-driving cars, and…

Inside Perspective on Downtown’s Arts Incubator

Artists are an endangered species in some communities. But Fargo's giving them their very own environment.

In an economy that can price artists right out of the real estate market, it’s rare to see a community that’s making an effort to give art and the people who create it a dedicated space to make art flower. That’s what downtown’s Fargo’s Art Incubator aims to do. The space was developed by The Arts Partnership and the Kilbourne…