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First News Saturday to debut this weekend

WDAY/WDAZ News is launching the region's first live, hour-long Saturday morning newscast. First News Saturday will begin airing from 7 to 8 a.m. this Saturday. Good Morning America Saturday will move one hour earlier and run from 6 to 7 a.m.

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WDAY/WDAZ News is launching the region's first live, hour-long Saturday morning newscast. First News Saturday will begin airing from 7 to 8 a.m. this Saturday. Good Morning America Saturday will move one hour earlier and run from 6 to 7 a.m.

Viewers can catch First News Saturday on all Forum Communications broadcast channels, including WDAZ channel 8.1 in Grand Forks. The program will also be available online at wday.com, wdaz.com and through the Watch WDAY and Watch WDAZ smartphone apps.

First News Saturday will be broadcast out of Fargo with Becky Parker and meteorologist Kellen Peters. News anchor Becky Parker will share local and regional stories along with a mix of national and international news. Meteorologist Kellen Peters will provide up-to-the minute weather and forecasts throughout First News Saturday.

WDAY/WDAZ is a property of Forum Communications Company, which also owns The Forum.

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