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Boschee hopeful LGBTQ ruling will help end discrimination fears in ND

WASHINGTON – In a 6-3 vote the Supreme Court ruled an employer can not fire an employee for being gay or transgender. Democratic-NPL State Representative Josh Boschee of Fargo says this is a big win for North Dakota which did not have the same protections for LGBT people as surrounding states before the ruling. Boschee also hopes the ruling will…

New Flag Added In Downtown Fargo for Pride Week

At the end of the week, there will be a parade starting at Moorhead City Hall and ending at Fargo City Hall

  FARGO, N.D. — Take a walk down Broadway and a new flag for Pride Week will catch your eye. The F-M Pride Planning Committee is hanging the traditional Pride flag, the transgender flag and now, one for gay people of color. There are two brown stripes added to the top. The flag raising marks the beginning of the 19th…

The FM Pride Parade Connects People from All Walks of Life and Celebrates Love

"It doesn't matter where you come from, what you look like, who you are, who you love, who you vote for, it doesn't matter we're all human"

FARGO, N.D. — Pride celebrations have taken over the metro and the week ended with their annual parade. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us what the festivities mean to many people in the community. “It doesn’t matter where you come from, what you look like, who you are, who you love, who you vote for, it doesn’t matter we’re all human,”…

Split Reactions: Supreme Court’s Ruling on Baker Not Making Same-Sex Marriage Cake

Some in our area feel this is a tough case to be on one side of, while others from North Dakota stand firmly that the court's decision was the right one

FARGO, N.D. — The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same–sex couple. The court didn’t focus on whether a person or a business can refuse service to gay people, instead ruling that the Colorado Rights Commission, that first heard the case, violated the baker’s rights. “The court’s…

FM Pride Parade 2017 was their “Biggest” One Yet

Thousands of people lined the sidewalks of Broadway to celebrate and reflect

FARGO, ND — A street of rainbows shined across Downtown Fargo after the early morning rain. The annual FM Pride Parade had their biggest turnout yet. Floats, flags and candy littered the streets of downtown as thousands of people poured in for the annual FM Pride Parade. “Rain or shine, even if it was pouring, we were going to be…