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American Hero and North Dakota Native, Clint Hill, Is Given State’s Highest Honor

On November 22nd, 1963 in the presidential motorcade, Clint Hill risked his own life to save President Kennedy and the first lady

WASHBURN, N.D. — North Dakota’s highest honor has been given to a former U.S. Secret Service agent who was at the Kennedy assassination. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us how Clint Hill has held on to his North Dakota roots. “Who was the individual that’s etched into our memories who left so selflessly onto the back of the limousine to shield…

Kleespies’ Save Garners HS Play of the Week for West Fargo

The packer keeper made a diving save against Sheyenne

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The winner of the DJ Colter – Ken Kraft High School Play of the Week is West Fargo goalkeeper Alexis Kleespies. Kleespies denied the Sheyenne attacker on a breakaway with a diving stop. Congratulations to Kleespies, winner of the high school play of the week. Categories: High School, KVRR Sports Extra, Play of the Week, Top Sports…

White Earth Reservation Police Going Door to Door with Narcan

In many of the cases, a toll free hotline has alerted his office, which in turn notifies the overdose response team

  WHITE EARTH, Minn. — Narcan is saving lives on the White Earth Reservation. The medication designed to rapidly reverse an opioid overdose has been distributed door-to-door in communities across the reservation. Police Chief Michael LaRoque calls it an “uphill battle,” but he says since an “urgent health crisis” was declared in mid-December several people have been saved by the…

“Save Our Summer” Blood Drive: More Donors Than Expected

The Save our Summer blood drive finishes up with outstanding numbers

FARGO, ND — The United Blood Services wrapped up their ‘Save Our Summer’ campaign with more donors than expected. UBS officials said donors are needed more during the summer than other times of year. With their Save Our Summer program beginning on July 18th and ending this afternoon, they received at least 516 volunteers. They said at least 415 were…

Not All Heroes Wear Capes: F-M Ambulance, F-M RedHawks Honor Local Heroes who Saved Lives

It's not just people in uniform rescuing those in trouble

FARGO, ND — First responders fight to save lives every day. It’s not just people in uniform rescuing those in trouble. It’s Super Hero Night at Newman Outdoor Field and while many people are dressed up in costume, not all heroes wear capes. Seven local heroes are receiving F-M Ambulance’s Citizen’s Life Saver Award. Five of those being recognized are…

Fargo Police Set the Record Straight on State’s Good Samaritan Law

The law gives immunity to fellow drug users to encourage them to call for help during a drug overdose

FARGO, N.D. — Details of a drug arrest from May of last year have raised questions about North Dakota’s Good Samaritan Law. Fargo Police Chief Dave Todd took to Facebook to clear up the confusion. Authorities want to remind the public that saving someone’s life is their top priority. North Dakota’s Good Samaritan Law is designed to help authorities save…

F-M Ambulance Wants The Community To Learn CPR

Save-A-Life Saturday was held at West Acres Mall to teach The Importance Of CPR

FARGO, N.D. — F-M Ambulance says someone dies from cardiac arrest every 90 seconds. Save-A-Life Saturday at West Acres Mall taught people all about CPR. F-M Ambulance says only 33 percent of cardiac arrest victims in the F-M area receive immediate lifesaving CPR, which can double or even triple a victim’s chance of survival. One speaker spoke about how learning…