Morning – In The Studio

LIVE: Sifting Through Food Misconceptions

Documentary Screening in Fargo Hoping to Cut Through Fake Food News

  Joey Myers with CommonGround North Dakota, an advocacy group composed of female farmers and ranchers, joins us to talk about food misconceptions. The group is hosting a screening of the documentary “Food Evolution” on November 7th at the Fargo Theater. The documentary talks about how misinformation about food can spread quickly on social media. Myers says things like genetically…

LIVE: All in the Family with Bison Illustrated

Second Generation NDSU Athletes Highlighted In This Month's Issue

  Bison Illustrated editor Joe Kerlin joins us to talk about this month’s issue. They’re highlighting Bison athletes whose parents also competed for NDSU. Plus, an infographic about Carson Wentz’s historic second season in the NFL. You can pick up any of Spotlight Media’s magazines for free at stores across the F/M area. Find out more information by clicking here….

Expert Help With Open Enrollment

Call it the lightning round of "Choose your health care!"

Open enrollment is already started for the year, and the clock is ticking. This year, your window to enroll is half the length of time last year’s was — you now have 45 days to pick a health care plan, instead of 90. That’s why we welcomed Lori Kinn of Family Health Care in Fargo to the KVRR Morning Show…

LIVE: Learning How To Be A Model

Workshop Series Helps Women And Girls Find Their True Beauty

  North Dakota International Pageant directors Meg Forte and Janelle Steinberg show Adam Ladwig and Emily Welker how to walk like beauty queens (or kings). The pageant is hosting a free workshop event to teach women and girls of all ages how to find your self-confidence and have your personality truly shine. You’ll learn hair, makeup and styling tips, wardrobe…

November is Eat Smart Month

Steel yourself for the holidays ahead.

Small changes can add up to big results when it comes to taking control of your eating patterns. That’s the message from the American Heart Association and their friends at the North Dakota Soybean Council for the month of November. They’re teaming up in honor of Eat Smart Month to help you and all the members of your family make…

LIVE: Lifestyle Changes To Prevent Diabetes

Sanford Hosting Year-Long Course To Improve Fitness And Wellness

  Nikki Johnson, Area Extension Specialist with the NDSU Extension and the University of Minnesota Extension, offers tip on how to prevent diabetes. More than 30 million Americans have diabetes, and more than 84 million have prediabetes, according the the American Diabetes Association. Prediabetes has no symptoms. But you can help prevent it from developing into type 2 diabetes with…

Money Talks: Treats Or Tricks In the Market

Don't let your financial future get T-Pd.

It’s been a wild warmup to Halloween in the headlines when it comes to financial news. It’s a good time to be a tech stock, particularly if you’re Amazon, and the news about a possible tax reform plan coming out of Washington got quite a few people excited. But nothing was as dramatic as the big revelation about indictments in…

FM Chamber Education Initiative

A new way to keep new talent closer to home.

The F-M Chamber of Commerce is launching a new initiative toward channeling the area’s many college grads into — instead of out of — the region’s economy. Chamber President Craig Whitney sat down live in-studio with the Morning Show’s Emily Welker to talk about the plan, which launches in January. Whitney said NDSU, MSUM, Concordia and the metro’s other institutions,…

LIVE: Get Up Close With Creepy Crawlers At Red River Zoo

"Night of the Living Zoo" Event Set For October 28th

  Red River Zoo executive director Sally Jacobson joins us with some creepy crawly animals you can get a chance to meet. The zoo is hosting its first “Night of the Living Zoo” event on October 28th. The event is adults-only. You have to be 21 to enter. You’ll be able to meet animals like tarantulas, millipedes, salamanders and cockroaches….

LIVE: Helping Kids Say No During Red Ribbon Week

Moorhead P.D. D.A.R.E. Officer Talks Drug Prevention

  Moorhead P.D. D.A.R.E. Officer Ethan Meehan talks about how the D.A.R.E. program works to keep kids from using drugs. He ways peer pressure is one of the biggest threats to kids, even those as young as 5th grade. Meehan says parents need to continue having similar conversations at home as well. D.A.R.E. just began its 5th grade program in…