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Return Of The Rivalry: Bison and Fighting Hawk Fans Celebrate Game Day

Fans from across the region came together to share in friendly rivalry

FARGO, N.D. — It’s been four years since the Bison and the Fighting Hawks have faced off against each other. For the return of the rivalry, fans embraced a cold morning to tailgate before the game. For one group of grillers, it didn’t stop them from firing up. “Ya know the comradery getting to see all your old friends, a…

Talking Football And TV’s With Hall Of Famer Terrell Davis

T.D. Tells Us About The Top TV's Ahead Of Football Season

  Pro Football Hall Of Famer and Denver Broncos legend Terrell Davis and Tyler Suiters With The Consumer Technology Association tell us about some new TV tech you might want to watch the game on as football season gets underway. Thursday Night Football will air on KVRR for the first time this year. Terrell Davis also tells Adam Ladwig what…

LIVE: People Lining Up at Businesses All Over the Metro Ready to Snag Deals

Many Black Friday shoppers say they're trying to get their Christmas shopping done before they even eat their Thanksgiving dinner

FARGO, ND — People have been waiting outside for hours at stores around the metro to start getting their Black Friday deals. Many Black Friday shoppers say they’re trying to get their Christmas shopping done before they even eat their Thanksgiving dinner. People started lining up at places like Best Buy, Kohl’s and West Acres early this afternoon. Every shopper…

Actor Richard Anderson of “The Six Million Dollar Man” Dies at Age 91

He also was considered a fan favorite on TV shows such as "Bus Stop", "Perry Mason", "Dan August" and "The Fugitive."

  BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Richard Anderson, an actor well-known for the popular shows “The Six Million Dollar Man” and “The Bionic Woman” has died. His family says his death was from natural causes. Anderson started his Hollywood career in 1949 with a small role in “12 O’Clock High” and a comedic role in the TV series “Lights, Camera, Action!”…

Hey Hey Hey Hey, What is Going on at the Redhawks Game?

The famous principal from a hit 90's TV show visits Fargo for a baseball game

FARGO, ND — The FM Redhawks got a visit from a famous principal for Educators Appreciation Night. “The thing I know about cities are the people, and the people here are great,” said Dennis Haskins,¬†also known as Mr. Belding from the hit 1990’s show, “Saved By The Bell.” Haskins visited with baseball players and fans at Newman Outdoor Field. During…

Cupcake Wars: The Fargo Davies High School Edition

Young students get a taste of competitive baking

FARGO, N.D. — High school students in Fargo are getting in on a Food Network inspired competition. Teams of students at Davies High School were given 20 minutes of baking time for its annual Cupcake Wars competition. Like in the show, they had to use secret ingredients, which were limes, cayenne pepper, avocado and Mexican chocolate. We asked one of…

Fargo Public Library Shares Big Announcement

The library released a new on demand streaming app for those with a library card

FARGO, N.D. It’s National Library Week and the Fargo Public Library has an announcement they’d like to share with the community. Hoopla is the newest addition to the Fargo Public Library’s Digital Downloads Collection. You can now download the latest on-demand streaming service app. Those with a Fargo Public Library card will be able to stream books, films, music and…

Ronald McDonald House Charities Family Room Coming to Essentia

Essentia Health and Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Red River Valley are creating a space for support

FARGO, N.D. — When a loved one is in the hospital, it can be just as hard on the family. Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Red River Valley is teaming up with Essentia Health to create a family room program at the hospital. The current NICU will be moved to the fourth floor of the hospital that will be…

YouTube Announces YouTube TV Cable Free Subscriptions

Furthermore, Google Home and Google Cast developers are working out bugs that will allow users to speak to their televisions in order to control their watching of shows by voice

NATIONAL — YouTube has officially entered into the television streaming business. Company officials announced a way users can watch their favorite shows LIVE and on-demand without a cable or satellite subscription and be able to choose from up to 40 networks for $35 a month. Most of the channels the company has sealed a deal with are the four major…