Moorhead

Car camping workshop provides helpful tips on enduring the outdoors

"The car camping route is going to make outdoors accessible for more people and that's why I really think it's going to become more and more popular."

MOORHEAD. N.D. — One local business is helping community members stay warm, comfy and cozy while spending prolonged periods of time inside their cars. Nature of the North welcomed campers to a virtual workshop on how to survive the outdoors in your car. The class included tips such as covering car windows and doors with good insulation like wool blankets…

LIVE: Freezing Out Covid at Frostival

Ice out this dang virus while you have fun at the annual metro-wide wintertime festival.

It’s the first major event for most of the metro’s public parks since the pandemic struck last March — and the timing couldn’t be better. Frostival is underway for the next few weeks, just in time for emergency restrictions to be lifted throughout Minnesota. It’s hitting here at the same time real winter weather is setting in, in earnest. And…

Driving conditions somewhat difficult as snow falls and temperatures drop

FARGO, N.D. — As the snow continues to fall and temperatures continue to drop, the biggest concern Thursday evening into Friday morning is the ice on the roads. There have been some reports of crashes in the metro. In West Fargo, a jackknifed semi was stopped along I-94 near the Main Avenue exit. In a Tweet, Minnesota State Patrol Sergeant…

Pet Connection: Meet Reagan

Just as friendly a smile as his famous namesake.

It’s been a rough, rough week for anyone in politics or anyone who follows them. Especially for Republicans. So we thought it was fitting to remind you of one of the most famous and popular Republican presidents of modern times. Meet Reagan. This one’s a leopard gecko — an equally popular species of lizard. With his friendly smile and well-socialized…

Moorhead church helps reach and feed more people in need of warm meals

The meals change on a daily basis and are free of charge.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A local church is partnering up with Churches United to reach more people in need of a warm meal. Trinity Lutheran Church is helping provide the extra space for more people to enjoy the warmth of the indoors as well as freshly prepared meals. The partnership comes after Churches United had to limit capacity to ensure social…

Moorhead restaurant says reopening to dine-in customers will feel like “a grand opening”

Starting Monday, bars and restaurants in Minnesota can open to 50 percent capacity, with a maximum of 150 people.

MOORHEAD, Minn. – Governor Tim Walz loosens COVID-19 restrictions that will go into effect on January 11th, including indoor dining. “For us it does feel like a grand reopening, we’re excited to see our people, we’re in this business for the people,” Bartender & Server at Legends Sports Bar & Grill Baylee Engquist said. Starting Monday, bars and restaurants in…

LIVE: Insurrection at the Capitol and Trump

What to be prepared for.

Calls to remove President Trump from office on the grounds he’s unfit to lead are coming now from his own political party. But political scientists here at home say invoking the 25th Amendment might not be seen as worth it, with just 13 days to go to the end of the Trump Administration. Republicans and Democrats in both the House…

Fire destroys second floor apartment in Moorhead

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR/KFGO) – Fire has gutted a second floor apartment at 1916 18th Avenue South in Moorhead. Assistant Fire Chief Benton Hicks says a building alarm came in just before 2:00 a.m.Wednesday. While firefighters were en route, it was upgraded to a working fire. When crews arrived, there was heavy smoke visible from the apartment building which is on…

Sheriff says Clay County’s new bodycams are success

Clay Co. Sheriff Mark Empting with new bodycam MOORHEAD (KVRR/KFGO) – The Clay County Sheriff’s Office is one of the latest area law enforcement agencies to obtain body cameras. Sheriff Mark Empting says 22 officer-worn cameras were ordered last fall at a cost of $44,500 and have been in use for about a month. Empting says deputies seem to like…

European grocery store opens in downtown Moorhead

The owner decided to open in Moorhead because he says there's not a store like this in our area.

MOORHEAD, Minn. – If you’ve always wanted to experience European culture, you might not have to go too far to do it. Taste of Europe opened its doors last month at 106 5th Street South. The store has a variety of food items coming from countries like Russia, Germany and Italy. You’ll be able to find everything from meats and…