By 2014, all children in public schools in Minnesota will be required to have a class in CPR. But, after a big scare at Belle Plaine Junior/Senior High School earlier this year, students there are already learning how to save lives.
A Plymouth man says good timing saved his life. Ken Hunze was riding his bike around Medicine Lake when he suffered a heart attack.
A Lakeville mother is making it her mission to help others learn CPR after a child nearly drowned in her neighborhood.
A Minneapolis man who nearly died got to thank the people who saved his life Thursday morning.
A Minneapolis man who nearly lost his life to a heart attack while running ten days ago — and the doctor who saved his life — made a plea for more to learn CPR Thursday morning at Hennepin County Medical Center.
A 20-year-old Bloomington woman wants to make it mandatory that all high school students learn CPR before they graduate.
A Hudson, Wis. family is back home from a trip that took a frightening turn.
A Brooklyn Center teenager is credited with saving his younger cousin from drowning Sunday.
The Minnesota Senate is set to vote on a new bill which would require every worker at day care centers in the state to be trained in CPR.
A 54-year-old Goodhue man is alive and well thanks to the heroic efforts of a team of first responders who chose not to give up on the man, who was lifeless for more than an hour and a half.
A five-year clinical trial led by the University of Minnesota Medical School researchers has led to a new method of CPR that improves long-term survival rates with good brain function by 50 percent.
Two Minnesota lawmakers are seeking stricter CPR training requirements for child care centers after a tragedy involving a 4-year-old girl in North Mankato.
An I-TEAM investigation into the death of a little girl at her daycare has the attention of state lawmakers.
You never know when inspiration will strike — like in the middle of a heart attack when a loved one’s life is on the line and you decide a toilet plunger could come in handy.
Authorities are crediting the quick actions of an off-duty Duluth firefighter for reviving a referee at a high school hockey game.