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Gate for F-M Diversion delivered

NEAR HORACE, N.D. (KVRR) – The first of three gates for the Fargo-Moorhead Diversion has been delivered south of Horace. It weighs 47-and-a-half tons and will be used for the diversion inlet structure. The gate is being delivered in pieces from five semis over two days. The other gates will arrive in the next two weeks. The gates will control…

Golden Drive brings holiday cheer to the needy

"We have raised over 18,000 pairs of socks this year."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Santa is helping Golden Drive raise money and homelessness awareness in the cold. Santa and his helpers are ringing their bells at the West Fargo Fire Department accepting donations to help homeless kids in the community. “It warms me so much that it helps me pass the -40 nights up in the North Pole. Especially this…

MSUM honors Fargo-Moorhead lives lost to AIDS

"Several people from this area are affected by HIV or know someone affected by it."

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) – Minnesota State University Moorhead is raising awareness about AIDS with a series of speakers and informational displays. Tens of millions of people have died of AIDS-related causes across the world. Fargo-Moorhead has been no exception, with several people feeling the impact of lives lost due to HIV. MSUM is displaying five quilts from the AIDS National…

Fargo woman turns passion for fresh fruits, vegetables into business

Renae Mitchell owns Juice Box Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — (KVRR) “Well, for a business owner, I would say, follow your passions,” said Mitchell. The female entrepreneur did just that. Two years ago, Renae Mitchell of Fargo decided to start up a new venture after graduating from the Nutritional Therapy Association. “I wanted to take the knowledge on what I learned to teach people how to use…

Discover North Dakota: Fargo/Moorhead Metro

The Fargo Area Landscape Is Constantly Offering New Things For Visitors

  Thursday’s Discover North Dakota virtual road trip heads close to home to a Fargo/Moorhead area that’s always adding new things to experience. Downtown Fargo is taking a new shape this year, with the Block 9 Project and Broadway Square giving the community a new hub of activity. The Red River is a lifeline for the region, offering recreational activities…

MSUM Official Goes to Vigil for Daunte Wright

A vigil for Daunte Wright being held at the North Hennepin Community College in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.

BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. (KVRR) — An Minnesota State University Moorhead official joined others at a vigil for Daunte Wright. “While this didn’t happen in Moorhead, being a part of MinnState the system-wide, it felt imperative to come down,” MSUM Director of Diversity & Inclusion Jered Pigeon said. A vigil for Daunte Wright being held at the North Hennepin Community College…

Fargo Police Offers Free Boxing & Self Defense Classes

A new way to connect with kids in local high schools to become more trusting of police and law enforcement.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – The Fargo Police Department’s Community Engagement team is taking action in order to get kids more involved in the city. A community trust officer from the force is taking time out of his day to connect with kids in local high schools to become more trusting of police and law enforcement. Officer David Carlson said once…

BLM Protest in Response to “White Lives Matter” Flyer

A controversial flyer made its way around town and sparked up community activists.

FARGO, N.D.-(KVRR) People made it their mission to dismiss hate and racism in the city of Fargo with a counter protest to a “White Live Matter” rally that was planned for this weekend. KVRR’s Clare Allen was there with the activists downtown and gives us a closer look. “No hate no KKK no racist USA” “Treat everybody equal.”  Community activists…

Rape & Abuse Crisis Center Reacts to overturned sexual assault case

A Minnesota Supreme Court reversed a court decision from 2019 rape case

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – A recent Minnesota Supreme Court ruling is getting backlash from victims and victim advocates of sexual assault. “The consequence of drinking too much is a hangover. No one should expect to be assaulted because you drank too much,” Support Services Supervisor Tina DeLaCruz said. When news of the the Minnesota Supreme Court overturning a 2019 case…