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ND Woman Creates Facebook Group For Solidarity Against The Coronavirus

The Page Has Over 200 Thousand Members And Continues To Grow

FARGO N.D. — People across the valley are sharing their solidarity across social media against the coronavirus. The Facebook group #a world of hearts has over 200 thousand followers and continues to grow. The creator of the page says she never thought it would get this big. “I just think it’s a really great way for people to stay connected,…

What Moorhead School Board Candidates Have to Say a Month Ahead of the Election

There are six candidates running for the Moorhead School Board but only three spots are up for grabs

MOORHEAD, Minn. — There are six candidates running for the Moorhead School Board but only three spots are up for grabs. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen joins us to tell us what the candidates had to say at a League of Women Voters Debate. Jessie? All of the candidates touched on topics like school safety, funds for gifted and talented programs and…

Student’s Build Contraptions to Withstand an Earthquake

Each four–student group was given only ten materials to create their design, starting with a shoebox as a base

FARGO, N.D. — Students at Ben Franklin Middle School have created structures to withstand an earthquake and now they are putting them to the test. Each four–student group was given only ten materials to create their design, starting with a shoebox as a base. The class is generating the earthquake by rolling a golf ball that hits the box. The…

Minnesota Towns Working to Find Out Who’s Trying to Recruit KKK Members

Community leaders say they don't know who is putting up the flyers and say they are trying to put a stop to it

  REGIONAL — Community leaders in three Minnesota towns are working to find out who is trying to recruit membership into the Ku Klux Klan. Flyers have popped up in Virginia, Buhl and Embarrass from a North Carolina-based KKK group in an attempt to recruit people to their cause. Community leaders say they don’t know who is putting up the…

This Minnesota 10-Year-Old Is Putting a Stop to Bullying

"I'm hoping that it makes a difference and that it kind of brings down the bullying rage a little bit"

FARGO, ND — About one in three students in the U.S. say they have been bullied at school. One Minnesota fifth grader is trying to fix that. He’s changing the minds of those around him. This is Thomas. A 10–year–old boy from Sartell, who loves to fish and ride his bike…but his passions go much deeper than that. At a…

ND Board of Higher Education Discussing Complaints of Hostile Work Environment and Discrimination

Hagerott says he "strongly disagrees'' with her assertions

BISMARCK, ND — The North Dakota Board of Higher Education met behind closed doors for about an hour to discuss a labor complaint against the university system chancellor. The complaint was filed by former vice chancellor Lisa Feldner after she was fired by Chancellor Mark Hagerott in September. She accuses him of creating a hostile work environment and discriminating against…

Breast Friends: Through Good Times and Bad

FM Breast Friends offers support to women with breast cancer

FARGO, ND — It’s the phrase no one ever wants to hear: “You have breast cancer.” The reality is there are many here in metro that have. More and more these days, you hear of someone being diagnosed with cancer. As shocking as the diagnosis is, what people may not realize is how long it follows you even after you’ve been…

Flood Diversion Task Force Meets For The First Time

When establishing the task force, the governors and their staff created a set of rules with hopes of having a resolution by December 15th

FARGO, ND — The new Flood Diversion task force met for the first time at the Fargodome to discuss their ideas and concerns with the project. Although no decisions were made, Governor Burgum and Governor Dayton say it was crucial to start in the right direction. Sixteen people with different flood experiences have been chosen to create a solution for…

Gackle Man Re-Elected President of the ND Stockmen’s Association

Zenker has been a Stockmen's member for 24 years

NORTH DAKOTA — Warren Zenker of Gackle will lead North Dakota’s largest rancher organization for another year. The Logan County rancher was re-elected president of the North Dakota Stockmen’s Association at the group’s recent 88th annual convention and trade show in Fargo. Zenker has been a Stockmen’s member for 24 years. His family runs a farm, ranch and feedlot. The…

Moorhead City Council Passes Hate Crime Resolution

Resolution written by Moorhead Council Member Mari Dailey calls for an "inclusive community."

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Moorhead City Council passed a hate crime resolution which targets recent hate speech in the metro. Resolution written by Moorhead Council Member Mari Dailey calls for an “inclusive community.” Council says the resolution will put Moorhead on record as a community which officially condemns hate crimes. Mayor Del Rae Williams said this resolution was written shortly after…