The historic Venice Carnival – a tradition which dates back to the late 14th century – will be back in all of its splendour this year as the upcoming edition of the festival will be the first one without pandemic-related restrictions since 2019. As the undisputed queen of Italian Carnival, Venice will once again put […]
Fargo, N.D. (KVRR) – Fargo Police are asking for your help this morning finding a missing teen. They say 15-year-old Carley Kalis didn’t get on the bus to come home from school on Wednesday in North Fargo. She is 4’11” with blue eyes and brown hair. She was last seen in tie dye pants, a white crop top, green hoodie,
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One of the most enduring stereotypes about the French is that they are romantic, charming, seductive and just downright sexy. We know this label can't possibly apply to an entire nation - but where does the image come from? And how do the French themselves feel about it?
FARGO– The Bison will host South Dakota tomorrow night in Fargo. The Coyotes come into the matchup just behind the second place Bison in the Summit League standings with a a 7-4 conference record. Tomorrow night’s game will be the 82nd meeting between the Yotes and Bison all time with NDSU holding a 43-38 all time advantage. The Heard remain
CONCORDIA, MN– The Concordia Cobbers Women’s Basketball team is off to their best start since the 1988-89 season. Wednesday night, they defeated Macalester 73-58. Categories: College, Moorhead, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Concordia Cobbers, concordia cobbers women’s basketball
BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR) — A Senate bill would outright ban all MRNA-based vaccines in North Dakota. According to the CDC, MRNA is created in a lab to teach our cells how to make a protein. That triggers an immune response which produces antibodies and protects people from getting sick. According to the Cleveland Clinic, MRNA vaccines are also used to