Kids Learn from Carson Wentz at Sanford POWER Football Camp

250 kids were at the high-demand camp

FARGO, N.D. — The softball game wasn’t Carson Wentz’s only appearance in Fargo. He spent the morning at the Sanford POWER Football Camp, where 250 kids got to learn from him. For many, the experience is a once in a lifetime opportunity. “It’s a big thing I’ve never really thought I’d go to a camp with Carson Wentz,” 11-year-old Ethan…

High Schoolers Explore Medical Field at Scrubs Camp

They learn about everything from nursing to cardiovascular technology

MOORHEAD, Minn. –High schoolers are scrubbing in and learning about all things medical at Scrubs Camp, a partnership between M State, MSUM, and HealthForce Minnesota. Camp attendee Katelyn Pagel, a rising senior from GFW High School, says she’s always wanted to go into the medical field. “Just like helping people, just has always been a dream of mine because I…

Centennial Elementary Second Graders Go “Camping” Inside

They do activities like camp bingo and a scavenger hunt

FARGO, N.D. — Second graders at Centennial Elementary in Fargo are going camping… without the heat, bugs and sweat. Dozens of students at Camp Skeeter do activities in the classroom like camp bingo, stories, writing, crafts and a scavenger hunt. They also eat snacks like trail mix and s’mores. One teacher says the two–day camp leaves kids with memories that will…

Minnesota Man’s Family Stuck in Refugee Camp Due to Travel Ban

Mohamed has about a dozen family members who were hoping to move to Minnesota from refugee camps in Kenya, but those plans have been put on hold indefinitely because of a new ruling by the nation's highest court. KMSP Fox 9 Reporter, Maury Glover, Reports.

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — A Minnesota man is speaking out after finding out that his family in Kenya will have to stay in refugee camps for the time being. This after, the Supreme Court allows the Trump administration to fully enforce a ban on travel to the United States by people of six mostly Muslim countries. “People are still seeking shelter…

DAPL Protest Piece on its Way to the Smithsonian

It was created by activists to show how far they had traveled

  MORTON COUNTY, ND — A piece from the Dakota Access protests is headed for the Smithsonian. Their National Museum of the American Indian is adding this nearly 12-foot-tall mile-marker post. It was created by activists to show how far they had traveled. Since treaties were at the heart of the protest over the 3.8 billion dollar oil pipeline, it’ll…

Fargo Davies, West Fargo Volleyball Teams Play for Kids Battling Cancer

The two teams choose which fundraiser they help out each year

FARGO, ND — It’s the sixth year this familiar Volleyball match up is raising money. Players said they’ve raised at least $7,000 and counting to help a summer camp for kids with cancer. Davies High versus West Fargo means it’s time to “Dig for Kamp KACE.” Both sides are serving hope for a summer camp made for children with cancer….

NDSU Football Prepping for First Game of the 2018 Season

Will they reclaim the national championship?

FARGO, ND — NDSU football is underway with fall camp as game one is one month from today. Things are a little different this year after a disappointing finish on the 2017 season. It’s been an exhaustive storyline, as the Bison failed to win the National Championship last season for the first time in six years. Injuries plagued the Herd…

Detroit Lakes’ Ultra Snowmobile Campout and Show

The Ultra Snowmobile Club is hosting a camp out, swap meet and show on Saturday and Sunday

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — Hot weather, bright sun and…snowmobiles? The Ultra Snowmobile Club is hosting a camp out, swap meet and show on Saturday and Sunday. People of all ages are invited to enjoy the weekend and the activities. There will be a snowmobile show and vendors selling equipment. Whether you need some updated gear, additional accessories or a new…

Moorhead’s Police Summer Youth Program is Back in Action

It gives kids, ages eight to twelve, an opportunity to become more educated while still having fun.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Moorhead Police Summer Youth Program is back in action and the lines were out the door for registration. It gives kids, ages eight to twelve, an opportunity to become more educated while still having fun. This motivating program is free and happens every Wednesday from June 21st until the second week in August. Aside from the…

What You Need to Know as Tick Season Approaches

Ticks carrying Lyme disease can be more dangerous than you think

FARGO, ND — As the weather gets warmer, keep a watchful eye out for ticks. The tiny mites can carry Lyme disease. The CDC reports that 300,000 people get Lyme disease each year. It’s something that starts out as a bullseye-like rash and can end up infecting your tissues, joints, organs, brain and heart. Lyme Disease Support Group members say…