Moorhead

Below Zero Temps Inspire People to Get Active Inside

The Fargo Park District had open gym at Fargo North and open swim at Fargo South

FARGO, N.D. — Some extremely frigid temperatures over the weekend are forcing people to stay out of the cold. But KVRR’s Danielle Church tells us how families in the area are managing to avoid getting cabin fever. The one thing Fargo seems to be lacking this year from its winter forecast is just the right amount of snow for snowmobilers to…

LIVE: F-M Women’s March 2019

Small steps can lead to big changes in a march that's growing by the year.

The F-M Women’s March set for this Saturday, January 19th in downtown Fargo is featuring a few big changes this year. Indivisible F-M activist Lydia Tackett sat down live in-studio with the Morning Show’s Emily Welker to talk about what’s new and different this time around. In the years since President Trump’s inauguration, it’s seen some major growth. The metro…

Moorhead Looking For Your Help With Southside Water Tower

A new water tower is going up in the Southside Neighborhood this spring, and Moorhead Public Service needs your help.

MOORHEAD, MN — The City of Moorhead, MN is looking for new artwork on it’s new Southside Water Tower. A new water tower is going up in the Southside Neighborhood this spring, and Moorhead Public Service needs your help. MPS wants your input regarding the design/art for this new water tower. We’re looking specifically for ideas from South Moorhead residents on…

LIVE: Pet Connection: Meet Mitzy

You could call her the Betty White of dogs.

Nonagenarian Betty White turns 97 Thursday, and in dog years, that’s just one year off the age of little Miss Mitzy here. While some dog experts dispute the accuracy of saying each year in dog years is equivalent to 7 human ones, there’s no denying that at 14, Mitzy’s not exactly playing the ingenue these days. But you’d never know…

MSUM Celebrates MLK Jr.’s 90th Birthday

they held a party to honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream

MOORHEAD, Minn. — MSUM is celebrating what would have been Martin Luther King Jr.’s 9oth birthday with none other than a party. Instead of birthday cake, this one is celebrating with songs from a local Haitian musician. NDSU students were also there to share Civil Rights era reflections and readings. MSUM’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion puts on the event every…

Red Cross of the Dakotas Deploys Three to California for Wildfire Recovery

two are from north dakota and one is from south dakota

FARGO, N.D. — It’s been a few months since the California wildfires have been extinguished. The cleanup and recovery means there’s still a long road ahead for those affected. A few people from the Dakotas are doing their part to assist those without a home. When Sandra Heggeness was 11-years-old, it was the Red Cross who came to her and her…

MN Gov. Walz, Lt. Gov. Flanagan Hold One Minnesota Inaugural Celebration in Moorhead

MOORHEAD, Minn. –  After a trip around Minnesota, newly inaugurated Gov.Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan have their final stop in Moorhead. Usually the inauguration party happens at the state capitol, but the Walz Administration decides to take the governor’s office to the people. When speaking to the audience at Junkyard Brewing, Walz and Flanagan both say they wouldn’t be…

Federal Law Requires Hospitals to Post Prices Online

The Department of Health and Human Services enforced the law as of Jan. 1 to "promote transparency" between hospitals and their consumers

FARGO, N.D. — The Department of Health and Human Services started enforcing a federal law on January 1 in order to reduce the “challenges that exist for patients due to insufficient price transparency.” While it may be promoting that hospitals be more clear with patients about pricing, it’s also creating some confusion on both ends. “It’s very nondescript as far as…

Police Find Two Missing Boys in Moorhead

1/3 Rafael Perez Jr. Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 The picture shows what Rafael Perez Jr. was wearing when he was dropped off by the bus shortly before he went missing. Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Richard Torres Show Caption Hide Caption UPDATE: Eight minutes after asking for help finding the boys on social media, Moorhead Police announce they have…

Government Shutdown Puts Strain on Local Craft Brewers

It's especially hurting breweries who typically transport a majority of their new, craft beer over state lines

FARGO, N.D. — With no sign of the government shutdown ending soon, it has craft brewers feeling the repercussions. Creating new beer flavors and staying innovative is what craft brewers call the bread and butter of their businesses. “The number is constantly growing. We come out with a new beer at least one or two weeks,” said Jesse Feigum, Drekker Brewing…