Simple precautions can help parents avoid deadly mistakes.
Experts say the warm weather is bringing out the rattlesnakes.
Iowa teacher invents school door lock designed to keep dangerous intruders out of classrooms.
Regardless of the changes in tornado warning and prediction technology since 1979, some of the basic safety advice and practices remain unchanged.
Statistics about rape in this country are unpleasant: every 2 minutes a woman is raped; 1 in 5 women will become a victim of sexual assault; 75 percent of assaults are committed by someone the woman knows; 38 percent are attacked by a man they thought was their friend.
The FBI reports 2,000 kids a day are kidnapped, either by someone they know, or by complete strangers.
A few simple tips can help keep your little trick-or-treater safe on Halloween.
A huge part of Halloween tradition is children dressing up in their costume of choice to hunt for candy. But before they take to streets, make sure your child is not wearing something that can put them in dangerous predicament.
If you pass a school bus illegally in Texas, you will face a higher fine this year than years past.
You know that overwhelming chemical smell that seeps out when you open a brand new plastic shower curtain package? That funky smell is the polyvinyl chloride that it's made from. It is a significant source of phthalates exposure and the EPA says it can cause nausea and headaches and may be cancer-causing over time. We more products that you may decide are just not worth it.
Wednesday Texoma school districts and law enforcement gathered in Wichita falls to re-evaluate their disaster plans.
New device requires drivers to lock cell phones into docking stations before they can start their vehicle.
Parents, there's a new tool to help you monitor your kids on the internet.
What hidden household hazards could be putting your children at risk?
Mom angered that cars don't stop for school bus takes matters into her own hands.
New Youth Sports Safety Alliance calls for improved safety in school sports.
The company that makes Theraflu and Triaminic is recalling more than two million bottles of cough and cold syrup.
Something in your child's drawers could be a danger.
Four national retailers agreed to recall more than 150,000 Nap Nanny baby recliners after at least five infant deaths and dozens of reports of children nearly falling out of the recliners.
As the nation debates gun policy following the mass shooting in Newtown, Conn., some parents are imposing a different kind of gun control in their own homes: They are taking away their children's toy guns.