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KVRR Exclusive: Hear From The Man Who Received Jason Moszer’s Heart

Dave Moszer Talks About His Son's continued Service In A Full Interview At 9 PM

FARGO, N.D. — Jason Moszer was an officer with the Fargo Police Department who was gunned down in the line of duty in 2016. Last night we shared snapshots from the first moment the Moszer family heard the heartbeat of their son Jason in his heart recipient, Dave Knudson. In a KVRR exclusive interview, T.J. Nelson sat down with Jason’s…

Moszers Hear Son’s Heartbeat In Heart Recipient

Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer Was Killed In The Line Of Duty In February 2016

FARGO, N.D. — This is an emotional week for the family of Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer who died in the line of duty two years ago. Jason’s father, Dave, shared these pictures on social media of the family listening to Jason’s heartbeat. Jason’s heart was donated when he died two years ago to David Knudson. Knudson waited three years…

Minnesota Family, Fans of the Vikings, Hoping for Their Own “Minnesota Miracle”

Now, one fan family is hoping for a miracle of their own. KMSP Fox 9 Reporter Leah Beno has their story from Minneapolis.

MINNEAPOLIS — It’s called the “Minnesota Miracle” and we’ve seen the replay two, 10, er…100 times. The Vikings win last week was done in stunning fashion after wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught an unbelievable pass from quarterback Case Keenum and cemented his place in NFL history. Now, one fan family is hoping for a miracle of their own. One that…

Shoveling Snow: Know Your Risks

When you are shoveling, go slow, dress in layers and over your mouth, head and neck from the cold weather

NATIONAL — When it comes to shoveling snow, it’s important to remember there is a right way and a potentially harmful way. Doctors say shoveling snow causes significant strain on the body and if you have not been physically active throughout the year, it can put you at risk for many conditions. The activity can cause an increase in blood…

North Dakota Heart Gallery Hoping You Can Make a Heart Connection with a Child

The North Dakota Heart Gallery is trying to change that by putting a face to each name

FARGO, ND — In the United States, about 51,000 kids are put up for adoption every year. The North Dakota Heart Gallery is introducing some children to the community who are looking for a forever home. “There’s nothing like knowing this is my forever home,” said Jane Nelson, a mother of an adopted child from the Heart Gallery. But for…

Black Licorice May Pose a Risk to Your Health

The FDA says over-eating black licorice can cause irregular heart rhythm, especially in people over the age of 40

  NATIONAL — Love it or hate it, black licorice is a common candy at Halloween. But did you know eating too much of it can cause problems with your heart? The FDA says overeating black licorice can cause irregular heart rhythm, especially in people over the age of 40. This is because the candy contains glycyrrhzin, which makes the…

CDC Issuing Brucellosis Warning to North Dakotan Consumers of Raw Milk Products from K-Bar Dairy

They are asking people who may have been in contact with these products to see a doctor and take antibiotics

  NORTH DAKOTA — The CDC is warning people in several states, including North Dakota, who may have consumed raw milk or raw milk products from a North Texas dairy farm. CDC officials are issuing a Brucellosis warning after two cows tested positive for the bacteria at the K-Bar Dairy in Paradise, Texas. They are warning consumers from North Dakota,…

“The Biggest Loser” Trainer, Bob Harper, Recovering from Heart Attack

Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women and it can hit anyone at any time, regardless of a "healthy lifestyle"

COURTESY: Twitter @MyTrainerBobNEW YORK CITY — Bob Harper, one of the beloved personal trainers of NBC’s hit show “The Biggest Loser” reported just hours ago he is recovering from a heart attack. Harper tweeted a picture of himself at the hospital with the following message: As you’ve heard, I had a heart attack 2 weeks ago. I’m on the mend…

F-M Ambulance Recognizes Three Strangers Who Saved Motorist on I-29

A man went into cardiac arrest on the highway where three drivers pulled over to help

CASS COUNTY, N.D. — One Fargo man has three people to thank for giving him another shot at life. Mark Dammann says December 9th was a normal day for taking a drive down south on I-29. “I had no inclination I was going to have a heart attack,” said Mark. He says he was in the holiday spirit with plans…

February is American Heart Month & Fargo is Going Red

Local organizations are celebrating Go Red for Women to raise heart disease awareness

February is American Heart Month and heart disease is the number one killer of women causing one in three deaths each year. Go Red for Women is celebrated on the first Friday of February each year and Fargo is one of the many cities that have been holding events throughout the day to bring awareness to heart disease. “Way more…