Local Senior Care Expert gives Advice to avoid injuries
A 24 year old Wichita Falls man is sent to the hospital with a gunshot wound during a home invasion early Thursday morning.
This week we shine the sports spotlight and the role two Texoma athletes have on this year NCAA National Championship.
An accident involving a motorcycle caused the area of 12th Street and Broad Street to be blocked off while WFPD officers investigated the scene.
Deadly storms leave at least two dead and many more wounded in Nebraska.
Wichita Falls Police are investigating a possible kidnapping at a Hirschi high school parking lot.
Dallas police say one person was fatally shot and three others were wounded after a man with a rifle opened fire outside a tire store Wednesday night.
More than 30,000 children have landed in the emergency room after experiencing a baby gate-related injury and most could have been prevented.
Officials are investigating what caused the accident at the Ringling Brothers & Barnum Bailey Circus that sent at least eleven people to the hospital.
An early morning commuter train accident at Chicago's O'Hare Airport leaves 32 injured.
A cyclist was attacked by a dog and was taken to the hospital for his injuries.
Dancer who lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing returns to the stage.
Police say three people were injured in a shooting at a Wichita Falls club early Sunday morning.
Police say a suspect is in custody after a shooting at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, N.M.
Several people are injured when a amusement ride at the North Carolina State Fair malfunctions.
With football season underway, it's crowded in the stadium and in the doctor's office. Many of us have witnessed a player shaken up and carried off the field after a big hit.
Each Hotter 'N Hell Hundred rest stop will have a medical tent and health officials say they are ready to treat any injury a rider may sustain.
"Silver Fire" has consumed 10,000 acres, with zero containment.
Four people were killed and four injured after two seemingly connected shootings in Dallas and the neighboring city of DeSoto late on Wednesday evening, police said.
Baby Matters LLC is voluntarily recalling its foam rubber Nap Nanny and Nap Nanny Chill infant recliners and their covers, in exchange for the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) dropping an administrative complaint that it filed in December 2012.
From 2009 to the present, the Commission staff has received at least 92 incident reports involving the Nap Nanny and Nap Nanny Chill products, including five infant deaths. CPSC is aware of four infants who died in Nap Nanny Generation Two recliners and a fifth death involved in the Chill model. In the incident reports received by CPSC, there were 92 reports of infants hanging or falling over the side of the products, including some infants who were restrained in the products harness.
In December 2012, four major retailers"Amazon.com, Buy Buy Baby, Diapers.com, and Toys R Us/Babies R Us"announced a voluntary recall of Nap Nanny and Chill models sold in their stores. Consumers who purchased a Nap Nanny from one of these retailers should contact the retailer for instructions on how to obtain a refund for the product.
About 165,000 of the Nap Nanny and Chill products were sold between 2009 and 2012 for about $130. The recalled products were sold at toy and children's retail stores nationwide and online, including at www.napnanny.com.
Baby Matters LLC is no longer in business and is not accepting returns. CPSC urges consumers to immediately dispose of the products to ensure that they are not used again.
- Buy Buy Baby: Toll-free at (877) 328-9222,http://www.buybuybaby.com/productRecalls.asp