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Minnesota Lawmakers Running Out of Time to Finalize Budget Deal

The House and Senate passed a handful of budget bills last night after backing away from negotiations with the Democratic governor

  ST. PAUL, Minn. — The plan by Republicans to pass budget bills despite veto threats by Gov. Dayton is on hold. The House and Senate passed a handful of budget bills last night after backing away from negotiations with the Democratic governor. They had planned today to finish up those bills. But a Senate Republican’s absence to tend to…

Bear Protection From the Family Pooch

Is your family dog this brave? Check out the amazing video.

It’s backyard recreation season all across the country, and here in bear country, it’s not unusual to see a black bear or two wander into our neighborhoods. What IS unusual is the behavior of this family dog in the San Gabriel Valley in California, who stepped up to the task of protecting his family’s property from one furry intruder. Check…

LIVE: Red River Valley Fair Celebrates Hometown Heroes

The Fair Will Honor 5 Local Veterans This Summer

  Judy Dvoracek, The Special Events Coordinator for the Red River Valley Fair, tells Adam about the Hometown Heroes program. The Fair will honor five veterans or active service members on July, 13th during a special event at the fair. You can nominate any living veteran or service member who lives within a 100 mile radius of the Fargo-Moorhead area…

MN & ND U.S. Senators React To Comey Firing

Democrats likened Tuesday's ouster to President Richard Nixon's "Saturday Night Massacre" and renewed calls for appointment of a special prosecutor.

WASHINGTON  – President Donald Trump’s stunning firing of FBI Director James Comey throws into question the future of a counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign’s possible connections to Russia. It also raises suspicions of an underhanded effort to stymie a probe that has shadowed the administration from the outset. Democrats likened Tuesday’s ouster to President Richard Nixon’s “Saturday Night Massacre”…

NDSU Housing Development Hits City Planning Snag

The current design stretches over the block's alley way

FARGO, N.D. — Homes are torn down to make way for a $23 million college student housing complex near NDSU. But a Fargo City Commission vote has caused construction to hit a snag. Just a few months ago, the 1600 block of 12th Street North, Fargo was lined with houses. The NDSU Foundation has been buying and renting out homes…

Are You Ready? The Fargo Marathon Starts Next Week

Marathon Week starts with the Cyclothon on Monday evening

FARGO, ND — It’s the annual event that has turned into a citywide celebration…the Fargo Marathon. It might be hard to believe that we are just days away from a jam packed week of marathon events. The marathon hits the streets of Fargo and Moorhead next weekend, but the Fargo Marathon is more than just the race on Saturday. “We’re really…

Jackie Do My Job: Donut Maker

KVRR's Jackie Kelly Learns What it Takes To Make Donuts at Sandy's Donuts

All week long you can see KVRR’s Jackie Kelly do different jobs throughout the area. The second job Jackie learned how to do is make donuts at Sandy’s Donuts in West Fargo. Her tasks included making the dough, frying it, and frosting the donuts. If you have a job you’d like to see Jackie do click this link here. Categories: Business,…

Fargo Public School District Announces 2017 Administrator of the Year

Tanya Wrigley-Lingle of Eagles Elementary School Recieved Fargo Public School District's 2017 Administrator of the Year Award

  FARGO, ND — Local elementary school students jumped for joy as their principal was awarded Administrator of the Year. Tanya Wrigley-Lingle, the principal of Eagles Elementary, received the Fargo Public School district award. She has worked in the district for the past 24 years, holding various teaching jobs and leadership roles in multiple schools. Wrigley-Lingle said she was surprised…

Eagles Elementary Students Tackle National Bike to School Day

Students participate in National Nike to School Day

FARGO, ND — Wheels were rolling in from every direction as hundreds of students participated in National Bike to School Day. “This is just a good way to jump start their day and get their brain moving before they have to use it,” said NDSU student Barbi Reuss. Students at Eagles Elementary were encouraged to ride their bikes, scooters or…

Minneapolis Parks Now Tobacco Free

The policy includes the use of e-cigarettes and chewing tobacco

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Cities in Minnesota are continuing their battle against tobacco. The Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board has now banned all tobacco use in all of the city’s parks. The policy includes the use of e-cigarettes and chewing tobacco. But officials said if you are caught with a cigarette inside any of the parks, you won’t have to worry…