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Hours Before Her Special Early Christmas Day Begins, West Fargo’s Debi Berger Passes Away

Debi, who was in hospice care, asked to experience the magic of Christmas one last time. Included is KVRR Reporter Danielle Church's original report

  WEST FARGO, ND — We have just received some sad news.  Debi Berger, the woman for whom the City of West Fargo was creating an early Christmas, has passed away. Debi, who was in hospice care, asked to experience the magic of Christmas one last time. Her daughter, Britney, and a group of family friends began asking neighbors to…

Thank You All for Your Generosity for Real Men Wear Pink!

A special viewer in Breckenridge, Jack Thompson, gave $330!

Cass County Electric Raised $620 for TJ’s Real Men Wear Pink Campaign.  FARGO, ND — We are in the final hours of TJ’s “Real Men Wear Pink” breast cancer campaign and he’s hit his goal! A huge “Thank You” to the great people at Cass County Electric. They wore pink on Friday and raised an amazing $620 for the campaign!…

Arthur’s Barn Destroyed by Fire, Crews Still on Scene Battling Flames

Firefighters say Johnson's Barn, on State Highway 18, is fully engulfed in flames

1/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/6 Show Caption Hide Caption ARTHUR, ND — Multiple fire crews from Casselton, Arthur, Page, Hunter and other surrounding communities are on scene of a fire north of Arthur. Firefighters say Arthur’s Barn, on State…

Coach of the Week: West Fargo Football’s Jay Gibson

Gibson and the Packers went 9-0 during the regular season

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Jay Gibson and the West Fargo Packers have been snake bitten in the AAA State Playoffs in North Dakota. The team got stuck in the semifinals each of the last two seasons despite holding the No. 1 seed. This year, Gibson says things are different. Watch the interview to see KVRR Sports Director Keith Albertson’s interview…

The Lego Block Mystery of Downtown Fargo: Find Out More on KVRR Local News @ 9

It's gone viral locally with many posting about it on social media.

FARGO, ND — The Lego brick, which filled in a hole in the sidewalk, has been taken out. This morning, several people spotted this Lego brick filling in the empty space of a regular brick. It’s gone viral locally with many posting about it on social media. But engineers with the City of Fargo say they had to remove the…

MSUM Has First Job Fair for Communications and Media Students

more than 20 employers showed up the the fair

MOORHEAD, Minn. — It’s never too early to start making connections. That’s why MSUM held their first job fair for communications and media students. More than 20 employers came to the university to meet the students, including KVRR. Aside from news stations, ad agencies, public relations and theater organizations were all represented at the fair. “I think it’s important because I…

KVRR NFL Pick ‘Em: UND Men’s Basketball Coach Brian Jones Makes his Picks

Watch Brian Jones MAKE HIS PICKS FOR THE KVRR NFL PICK 'EM CHALLENGE

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — All season, KVRR is doing an NFL Pick ‘Em challenge. Each week, there will be a guest picker to compete against the KVRR Sports staff and everyone signed up to play. This week’s guest picker is UND men’s basketball coach Brian Jones. Categories: College, Football Pick Em Guest, KVRR Sports Extra, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Basketball Coach,…

Kava Reception Earns HS Play of the Week

Shanley's Jake Kava made a one-handed grab to win the DJ Colter-Ken Kraft High School Play of the Week

FARGO, N.D. — Jake Kava is the winner of the DJ Colter-Ken Kraft High School Play of the Week. Kava made a one-handed touchdown catch on a throw from Cade Busek to help the Deacons beat Central Cass on September 15. American Family Insurance Play of the Week brought to you by D.J. Colter and Ken Kraft. Follow them on Twitter…

KVRR, Salvation Army, Hornbachers Collecting Winter Coats, Hats and Mittens for F-M Families

Children's coats size 6-12 are what the organization needs the most

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The leaves are changing and the air is cooler, which means it’s time to pull out that jacket. The Salvation Army is holding their annual fall drive to collect winter coats, hats and mittens for families in the metro. Last year, they collected nearly 1,600 coats and the Salvation Army says they hope to collect even more this…