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LIVE: United Way School Supply Drive Only Halfway to Goal

Where there's a will, there's a way.

It’s one of the most important annual academic fundraisers in the Cass-Clay county area. And unfortunately, with just three days to go, this year’s United Way of Cass-Clay school supply drive is only halfway to its goal. United Way officials are working to collect and distribute six thousand backpacks filled with fresh school supplies this year. The fundraiser wraps up…

Republicans in Valley City legislative district seek recall of Republican House member Dwight Kiefert

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (KFGO) – North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger has approved a petition for circulation seeking to recall Republican Representative Dwight Kiefert, of Valley City. The chairman of the sponsoring committee seeking to oust Kiefert, Shane Anderson of Valley City, is a fellow Republican and the party treasurer of District 24, which Kiefert represents. Kiefert says he’s…

Vinyl Giant hosts final Record Store Day of the year

Today is when anyone can find new record releases that are only found in stores.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Vinyl Giant is hosting its last Record Store Day for the year. Due to the pandemic, the event was hosted on two days this year versus one. Today is when anyone can find new record releases that are only found in stores. The records released today are not found online or at big-box retailers. Co-Owner of…

Fargo Air Museum Hosts Youth Aviation Camp Every Month

"It's one of the more advanced camps in the area. We're always talking with other museums and trying to make sure we're on the cutting edge of education for our youth."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Kids are making their way to the Fargo Air Museum for Youth Aviation Camp. “It’s one of the more advanced camps in the area. We’re always talking with other museums and trying to make sure we’re on the cutting edge of education for our youth,” Fargo Air Museum Executive Director Ryan Thayer said. The Fargo Air…

LIVE: Baby Red Panda Progress

They're tiny, but tough -- and they're the future of an endangered species.

After an eight-year-long break, the folks at the Red River Zoo are doing it all over again: the sleepless nights, the worry, the fussing over how much is eaten and how much weight is gained, the long hours spent staring at the little ones asleep. There is a bumper crop of brand-new red panda babies born through the zoo’s world-famous…

LIVE: Child Care Tax Credits Arriving

Taking a little pressure off a taxing issue for parents.

Time to start checking your mailboxes, moms and dads: Your new child care tax credits should start rolling in this week. Local tax specialists say they’ve gotten a lot of questions from parents about how the new credit works. The Biden administration is raising the credit from the old $2,000 per child, to $3,600 for little kids up to six…

LIVE: Return of the Downtown Street Fair

Some fairly good news for you fans of fun in the region.

It’s a return to one of the region’s biggest gatherings of the summer festival season: the Downtown Fargo Street Fair is kicking off with a bang and a big concert this Thursday. It’s billed as the region’s largest free event, with 150 thousand visitors expected over the course of the three-day event. It spans eight city blocks and features food,…

MATBUS Providing Free Shuttle Service

But for the first time, they are also running a free shuttle service to anyone attending the Trollwood musical 'Cinderella'.

NORTH DAKOTA & MINNESOTA (KVRR) — MATBUS is once again providing free rides to the Downtown Street Fair this week. But for the first time, they are also running a free shuttle service to anyone attending the Trollwood musical ‘Cinderella’. It will help ease traffic in Bluestem’s parking lot. The LinkFM shuttles will pick up people at the MATBUS shelter…

Fargo Police required to present hate crime findings to city commissioners

"I'm going to be reporting on the hate crimes in terms of whether or not the city ordinance was issued or reports where the city ordinance was applied or federal law was applied."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — City commissioners vote for the Fargo Police department to provide them with reports of hate crimes the department has identified. “I’m going to be reporting on the hate crimes in terms of whether or not the city ordinance was issued or reports where the city ordinance was applied or federal law was applied. Our current hate…