Morning – Features

Astronomy at the Spring Equinox

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff takes a look at the specifics behind the Spring Equinox and a constellation that’s nice and bright this time of year: Categories: Morning – Features, Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: constellation, equinox, leo, regulus, SPACE, Spring, weather

Ask Danny: Painting Tile

If you hate the tile in your bathroom, can you paint over it?

There are some tile colors that make it instantly apparent what era the homeowner was in when the tile was installed: 70s harvest green or gold, 60s pink, 50s turquoise. But if you don’t want to commit to the hassle of taking it out and re-tiling, can you paint over it? Danny Lipford explains what you’re in for in this…

Tech Tip Today: Ecard

Send your birthday boy or girl a smile, without finding a stamp first.

It’s a fun way to instantly send someone a smile, even though they could be on the other side of the world. Francie Black shows us how to send an ECard in this week’s Tech Tip Today. Categories: Morning – Features

App of the Week: Otto Radio App

Tailor your listening to the kinds of stories you want to hear.

These days we have more options than ever before when it comes to the kind of media we want to consume. Francie Black shows us an app that lets us cut through all the chatter on the radio airwaves to find our way to the kinds of stories and coverage that speaks to our personal interests. Categories: Morning – Features

The Opioid Epidemic: How to Get and Use Narcan

Save A Life With Naloxone, the Anti-Heroin Drug -- Now Available Without a Doctor's Prescription

Almost no demographic group has been spared the scourge of opiate and heroin addiction that’s claiming lives all across the country and here at home in North Dakota and Minnesota. But now, North Dakota is fighting back, with a unique approach to getting Narcan, otherwise called naloxone, an antidote that can save lives in the event of an overdose. North…

Pi Day: Explained!

Is Pi Day about pie or is it based on math?

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff takes a look at what Pi really is and why we celebrate it on March 14th: Categories: Morning – Features, Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: March 14th, Math, Pi, Pi Day, Pie, science, weather

Thinking Green: Checking For Drafts

Save some green -- the planet, and some cash -- by cracking down on energy loss in your home.

Unfortunately, winter isn’t quite over in our part of the region. But that’s okay, because it gives us a great opportunity to check for leaks and drafts around the home. Not only does buttoning up potential energy leaks around the house help you save the environment, it also saves you some hard, cold cash when it comes to the cost…

Tech Tip Today: Capturing Web Pages

Capturing and annotating web pages the easy way.

Capturing web pages can be a real hassle, especially when you’re working on a new system. Francie Black gives us some tried and true techniques in this week’s tech tip today. Categories: Morning – Features

Thinking Green: Soybean Home Insulation

Danny Lipford Tells Us About The Benefits Of Soybean Insulation In This Week's Thinking Green

Insulating your home is still, sadly, a prime consideration for us this time of year. If you want to do it the green way, what do you need to know? Danny Lipford tells us about the benefits of soybean insulation in this week’s thinking green. Categories: Morning – Features Tags: Danny Lipford, Insulation, SOYBEANS, thinking green