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LIVE: Fargo Mayoral Candidates

Meet Hukun Dabar.

It’s the latest in our series of one-on-ones with the candidates in a crowded Mayoral race. Fargo nonprofit leader Hukun Dabar sat down with Emily Welker to talk about his solutions for fixing the labor shortage in the metro. Dabar runs a regional nonprofit for skills development and economic empowerment with offices in Fargo-Moorhead, Minneapolis, and St. Paul. He says…

Fargo leaders & the community discuss combating street racing

According to a Insurify study, North Dakotans are cited for street racing 85% more often than the national average. 

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – A meeting brings people together to share how they feel about a growing concern of street racing that comes out during warmer months. Street racing and extreme speeding are on the rise across the country since the start of the pandemic, but nowhere more so than in North Dakota. The state ranks first in the nation…

LIVE: Fargo Mayoral Candidate One-On-Ones

Meet Michael Borgie.

Fargo mayoral candidate Michael Borgie is coming out heavy with the criticism against the city’s police chief. That’s one of his major points in promising to make change in what he says is the city’s increasing crime rate. It’s one of the big takeaways from this morning’s interview, the first in a series of one-on-one sit-downs we’re doing with the…

Spring Career Expo returns to Delta Hotels by Marriott

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Job Service North Dakota hosts another job fair for employers looking to fill positions. The Spring 2022 F-M Career Expo is being held at Delta Hotels by Marriott in Fargo. Job seekers across the region stopping by to tune up their interview skills with opportunities to network with potential employers. Many employers are looking for people…

LIVE: Plains Art Museum in the New York Times

It's time you checked out the new programming at the Plains.

FARGO — A new program at the Plains Art Museum is attracting some national attention this morning. And it’s partly due to a nationwide movement among museums to make them better places for people who don’t feel comfortable there. A recent story in the New York Times profiles a podcast produced by the Fargo museum’s director of Native American programs….

Casselton City Council votes for soybean processing plant

People are split on the decision and want the plant built outside city limits

CASSELTON, N.D. (KVRR)-  The Casselton City Council passed the vote to allow the soybean plant to be built. According to reps from the North Dakota Soybean Processors, the 400 million dollar project expects to bring jobs, profits and a new legacy to the city. Residents were given 20 minutes to address concerns. Some familiar ones came up like potential traffic…

More travel and higher gas prices

With looser Covid restrictions and warmer weather approaching the roads are seeing more action and we're seeing the highest prices at the pump since 2013.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR)-With looser Covid restrictions and warmer weather approaching the roads are seeing more action and we’re seeing the highest prices at the pump since 2013. North Dakotan’s on average are paying three dollars and ninety five cents for a gallon of unleaded. Triple A reps say prices will continue to climb over the four dollar mark. Prices are…

Community welcomes home local heroes from the Honor Flight

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Everyone at Fargo’s Hector International Airport was beaming with patriotism as the Honor Flight of North Dakota, Minnesota is welcomed back from Washington, DC. The airport was filled with red, white and blue as our local heroes touched back down in Fargo around 7:00 Monday night after a weekend after seeing memorials built by their sacrifice…