Annual Coffee and Cocoa Crawl helps support downtown businesses

"You get to discover new businesses and new restaurants and new coffee shops so it's a great way to explore and see all what downtown has to offer."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A frostival event is giving cocoa and coffee lovers a chance to stroll around downtown Fargo while sipping on their favorite hot beverage. With 20 participating shops, the sixth annual Coffee and Cocoa Crawl is keeping people warm as they enjoy a day full of shopping, eating and of course sipping…while helping support locally owned businesses….

LIVE: Healthy Kids Cooking Competition

Family Wellness Encouraging Kids To Develop Healthy Habits In The Kitchen

  Kids get a chance to show off their culinary skills and help the rest of us get a few ideas on how to make our diets healthier. Family Wellness is hosting a Healthy Kids Cooking Competition for fourth and fifth graders in Cass and Clay counties. Kids can submit a recipe with a 60 second video through Friday, February…

Staff Prepping For Pancake Karnival Festival

Organizers say it's something you can't afford to miss.

FARGO, N.D. — Pancakes, sausage, and more pancakes by the thousands. It’s all at the 2020 Pancake Karnival Festival at the Fargodome. For $8, you can get a ticket to an all you can eat festival that also includes a full kids zone of inflatable obstacle courses. The festival has been featured in the Guinness Book of World Records and…

Fargo Food Tours Gives People a Taste of the Metro’s Booming Food Scene

There will also be a coffee crawl, craft beer tour, and tastes of the world tour

FARGO, N.D. — For a taste of Fargo’s booming food scene, there’s a new tour letting you sample the flavors of the metro. Fargo Food Tours takes people to iconic local businesses, like Sandy’s, The Boiler Room, and Wurst Bier Hall. Founder Meghan Battest says locals often bring their family and friends from out of state. While people are eating their…

BREAKING NEWS: Buffalo Wild Wing Customers are Evacuated in Moorhead After Witnesses Say Woman May Have Had a Gun

Customers we're allowed back in the restaurant about 40 minutes after being evacuated

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A disturbance at Buffalo Wild Wings in Moorhead led to the evacuation of the restaurant. According to witnesses inside the restaurant at the time, the wait staff informed each table that there were concerns about a woman drinking and that she possibly had a gun. The guests were ushered outside while authorities were called. At one point, four…

“Uber Eats” Offers Food Delivery Options in F-M Area

They join several other food delivery services in the area, including Food Dudes, Bite Squad and Grub Hub

For those of us who like the convenience of having food brought to us, there’s another food delivery option in the F–M area. “Uber Eats” now has more than a dozen restaurant options, including several that serve ethnic cuisine. Some of the options include McDonald’s, Smiling Moose Deli, Café Aladdin and others. The owner of Passage to India, Sam Rangaswamy,…

Cobbers Gather for Annual Corn Feed at Concordia College

The tradition has been happening since 1974

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Cobbers unite for a well–loved tradition that at Concordia College: the annual Corn Feed. It’s been around since 1974; students, alumni, and the Concordia community gather to eat corn—lots and lots of it. This year, 3,800 ears of corn were shucked. “Concordia’s all about tradition. The corn feed is a big tradition. Incoming Cobbers, just know, you’re going…

Cash Wise Opens Newest Store in South Fargo

The store has a "next generation approach"

FARGO, N.D. — People in South Fargo now have another option for grocery shopping– a new Cash Wise has opened its doors. The store just off of I–29 and 52nd Avenue South takes a “next generation” approach. It has a different look than other Cash Wise stores. More fresh foods are offered and there’s an emphasis on convenience for customers. There are…

Teachers Learn to Make a Difference at Healthy Schools Summit

The summit included tips on nutritious food and physical activity

FARGO, N.D. — Over 100 teachers were at the Dakota Medical Foundation’s Healthy Schools Summit to learn how they can make their classrooms healthier for students. “Healthy eating and physical activity are just as important as the reading, writing, and arithmetic in schools,” said Char Heer, a registered dietitian with the Midwest Dairy Council. The theme for the summit was “Ready, Set,…

Area Families Opt for Eating Out on Christmas

If you drive across the metro, many businesses are closed but there are a few places still greeting customers

FARGO, ND — Many people who are cooking holiday meals are getting ready to sit down for dinner but what about the families looking for a place to eat? If you drive across the metro, many businesses are closed but there are a few places still greeting customers. IHOP, Brewtus’ Brickhouse, Izumi, Perkins and the Radisson are a few of…