Morning – In The Studio

For Sale To the Highest Bidder: Your Internet Data

New laws change a lot of the old ways internet service providers used to handle our data. And data security experts aren't happy.

There’s a new law in effect that removes a lot of the privacy guarantees that kept our browsing history, app usage and geo-locations private. Now, internet service providers are allowed to collect and provide our data to other companies. Including advertisers. The change comes amid controversy over the potential sale of our private usage info to other companies. Proponents of…

LIVE: The Rise At NDSU With Bison Illustrated

Latest Issue Highlights Young Athletes On The Rise

Bison Illustrated editor Joe Kerlin joins KVRR Local News to talk about the latest magazines from Spotlight Media. This month’s Bison Illustrated focuses on “The Rise”, young athletes making a name for themselves at NDSU. Fargo Monthly focus on local fashion and this season’s hot looks. Fargo Inc! profiles Ryan Fritz, the CEO of Office Sign Company. Design & Living…

LIVE: Prehistoric Beachfront Property In The Red River Valley

Anthropologists Reveal Region Was Once Home To A Giant Lake

Dr. Garry Running, a professor in the Department of Geography and Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire joins the KVRR morning show. Dr. Running has been studying land form development in the region for more than 20 years. He’s helped researchers discover the shoreline of the ancient Lake Agassiz, as it was 11,500 years ago. Knowing local land forms…

Reunion and Renewal: 28th Annual Woodlands and High Plains Powwow

It's been a long winter. Shake it off this weekend at the powwow in Moorhead.

If you’ve never been to a powwow before, you’re missing out. If you have been and don’t go this weekend, you’ll be missing all your friends. Committee member Jered Pigeon and Head Dancer Winona Goodthunder stopped by the KVRR morning show to talk live in-studio with Emily Welker about Saturday’s festivities. Watch the dances, hear the drums, eat some delectable…

Fargo’s Feathered Friends

They're crafting a new backyard chicken keeping ordinance, but they need your help to do it.

After sweeping urban areas of the country over the past few years, backyard chicken keeping could be coming to Fargo. After identifying some seemingly contradictory elements of city ordinance regarding keeping the birds in your backyard, Fargo City Commissioners directed the city attorney to work with Fargo Cass Public Health and other city departments to update Article 12–03, and other…

Live Long and Prosper

Donate Blood. It's the Logical Thing To Do.

Emily and Adam remind you every morning to donate blood. The folks at United Blood Services are wrestling with some serious shortages in our local blood supply, and they’re asking for your help with donations of much-needed blood types, and platelets too — all blood types are needed. Even green, as Adam pointed out. So live long and prosper, and…

LIVE: Muscle Pouring Into Fargo For Bodybuilding Tournament

National Physique Committee Regional Competition Happening At NDSU

Thomas Kemper with the National Physique Committee joins us on KVRR Local News to talk about this weekend’s bodybuilding show. Bodybuilders Erin Westby and Jeff Case, who have a lot of muscles, show off some of their poses. They also tell us about the level of dedication it takes to be a bodybuilder. The NPC is hosting the Upper Midwest…

Pet Connection: Meet Tux

A Chesapeake Bay Retriever who'd be right at home in lakes country.

Tux is a two year old male with much of the classic good looks of a Chesapeake Bay Retriever, a water-loving breed with a big heart, an athletic build, and a warm disposition. Tux is part Chesapeake, part pit bull, said Homeward Animal Rescue’s Heather Klefstad, who brought the friendly two-year-old to the KVRR studios for a live in-studio appearance…

Fargo Film Festival

From Oscar nominees, to buzzed-about films that won't even launch until later this summer, they've got it all.

It’s come a long way since Matt Olien and a handful of other film enthusiasts gathered more than a decade ago to brainstorm what would be the weeklong festival that graces the historic Fargo Theatre every spring. The theater’s biggest fundraiser and one of downtown Fargo’s biggest draws each year, the Fargo Film Festival draws participants from as far away…

LIVE: The Positive Side Of Snakes With The Red River Zoo

St. Patrick Allegedly Banished Snakes From Ireland. Was That The Best Idea?

One of the legends about St. Peter is that he banished snakes from Ireland. Well, he didn’t banish them from Fargo. Jennifer Jacobson with the Red River Zoo joins us with the lovely Bull Snake, Jessie. She tells us why people shouldn’t be afraid of snakes, and talks about the uses they have in nature and for farmers. Watch to…