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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,”…

NDSU is Giving Students a Place to Call Home this Holiday Season

When you live thousands of miles away from your college campus, it's not always possible to get home for breaks

FARGO, ND — When you live thousands of miles away from your college campus, it’s not always possible to get home for breaks. NDSU is giving kids a place to call home this holiday season. On the outside, NDSU seems quiet, but on the inside, some students are staying on campus this winter break. “They can stay where they’ve become…

After 30 Years of Wondering, These Two Sisters Finally Got to Meet

When she was just a toddler, Rhonda was adopted and separated from her birth parents and family

FARGO, ND — The holiday season is all about spending time with the ones you love. But what if your loved one was hundreds of miles away and you’ve only ever heard their voice through the phone? One woman from West Fargo wanted to change that and after years of struggle, finally met her sister. “My whole life has changed,”…

Hundreds of Families Turn Out for Thanksgiving Celebration at West Fargo Church

It's a tradition going back at least three decades

WEST FARGO, ND — Hundreds of families didn’t have to worry about cooking, cleaning or buying food for their Thanksgiving meal thanks to a West Fargo church. It’s a tradition going back at least three decades. “I have been doing it for 33 years,” said Steve Perreault, who is the Thanksgiving dinner coordinator. “We have fun. It’s a fun thing….

Search for Greywind at Trollwood Park Turns Up No New Clues

Her family organized a community search and people from all over the area came to show support

FARGO, ND — It has been six days since Savanna Greywind was last seen and her family is asking the community for help. More than 200 people showed up at Trollwood Park to search for missing 22-year-old Savanna Greywind. Her family organized a community search and people from all over the area came to show support. Volunteer Chandra Eaton said…