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LIVE: Pet Connection: Meet the Puppies

Does it get any better than this?

PUPPIES. Need we say more? Two seven-week-old bundles of warm, wiggly, snuggly kisses and cuddles stopped by the Morning Show studios to say hello and let us know they’re just one week away from being up for adoption. Their foster names are Twix (the boy) and Lollipop (the girl), and they couldn’t be sweeter. The pittie puppies came to 4…

Country Superstar Luke Combs Coming To Grand Forks

Combs will play the Alerus Center on October 2, 2020.

GRAND FORKS, ND — ACM, CMA and CMT award winning country artist Luke Combs has extended his “What You See Is What You Get Tour” to include Grand Forks, North Dakota. Combs will play the Alerus Center on October 2, 2020. The show will feature an in -the round stage design. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 28 at 10:00…

Concordia College Students Talks LGBTQ Issues At Gender Matters Expo

The topics ranged from sexual violence, discrimination and LGBTQ issues.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Students and staff packed into Firda Nilsen Lounge to talk about gender issues in the community. The topics ranged from sexual violence, discrimination and LGBTQ issues. “The issues that are very real gender affects our material lives and to help identify and continue to make people’s lives better,” Co-director, Women’s & Gender Studies Karla Knutson said. Allie…

Cass County and the City of Fargo join forces for upcoming sandbag operations

This is the first time Cass County and the City of Fargo will combine operations since 2013

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Cass County and The City of Fargo are coming together for this year’s flood fight. “I really don’t see any negatives, cause it kind of maximizes everybody’s efforts, whether it is from a volunteer standpoint, as city and county resources and staffing,” Cass County engineer Jason Benson said. For the first time since 2013, both the…

Chief Meteorologist Rob Kupec reads to students in Glyndon

Rob read "The Snowy Day" to the first graders.

GLYNDON, Minn.-┬áRob stopped by the school to read to a couple of classes of first graders. He also spoke about his job as a meteorologist and answered any questions that the kids had. One of the questions asked the first graders asked was which is worse: a hurricane or a tornado? “A hurricane is a much bigger storm, and so…

Kids Celebrate National Engineers Week

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo Public Library and NDSU School of Engineering teamed up to teach kids a little bit about engineering. To celebrate National Engineers Week, kids ages 7 to 10 are learning about the contributions of engineers to our society. Activities included a reading of the children’s book ‘Rosie Revere, Engineer’, and a construction competition where kids built towers…

LIVE: Unglued Craft Fest

Ten years of crafty goodness in the gorgeous Plains Art museum.

It’s back, and it’s bigger than ever. Some of the most talented and creative characters in the region are headed out to share their wares with you this weekend. It’s the Unglued Craft Fest. Local makers are celebrating ten years of craft beers, baubles, and beautiful handmade goods at the Plains Art Museum. Unglued founder Ashley Morken says part of…

Moorhead’s Veterans Memorial Walk of Flags honors presidents who served

MOORHEAD, Minn. – The Veterans Memorial Walk Of Flags in Moorhead is celebrating President’s Day with a new addition: an ice sculpture. The sculpture is meant to honor the 26 presidents who served in the military. The public is always invited to see both the sculpture and veterans memorial, where each flag contains the name of a veteran. The memorial…

Fans Cheer On Athletes At Special Olympics Basketball Games

The Teams Will Be Heading Off To The State Tournament In Minot On February 28th.

FARGO, N.D. — Athletes of all abilities hit the floor to show off their basketball skills in front of packed bleachers in two separate gyms at the Agassiz School in Fargo. The day includes skills challenges to test their prowess in dribbling and bounce passes, as well as exhibition games from multiple teams. “You see the smiles on the athletes…

Fargo Bar Hosts Think And Drink Talk About Historical Monuments And Race

The Next Think And Drink Is On March 22nd That Will Cover How To Combat Fake News.

FARGO, N.D. — A cold drink and a thoughtful discussion about historical monuments and race. It’s all at the Think And Drink at the HoDo Bar in Downtown Fargo. People packed into the bar to talk about the historical context of the Confederate and Pioneer statues across the country. The presenters say it’s important for people to know why they…