WASHINGTON — With students returning back to school in the region, transportation advocates are reminding drivers to be extra careful. In 2013, more than 330 child pedestrians died and another 13,000 were injured while going…
(NEW YORK) — Concerns continue to grow over concussions in football. Numbers in youth leagues have been declining in recent years and now, a new study looks whether it’s safe for kids under 12. The…
Maryland, Virginia and D.C. all make the top ten for safest states in the nation.
A new reflective spray paint could be make cycling at night safer.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Lawmakers from Montgomery County went to Annapolis on Thursday to push state delegates to pass a bill to increase the fine for passing a stopped school bus, saying it’s important to protect the…
WASHINGTON — Bicycling is so popular that snowy, slushy, wet pavement fails to discourage the legions of riders who commute daily to school and work. Drivers need to watch out for them, and bicyclists must…
It\’s one of the most dangerous times of year on the roads. There are
more accidents between drivers and pedestrians and it\’s because visibility is
working against both groups of commuters.
The Sept. 13 disappearance of University of Virginia sophomore Hannah Graham has spurred renewed emphasis on campus safety at colleges and universities.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland officials will be reminding people to be careful on the water. Maryland Natural Resources Police and the Maryland Park Service have scheduled a news conference on Thursday at Sandy Point…
The District ranked highly on a recent survey of safest states (and D.C.) to live in.
Can a graphic novel be a lifesaver?
Those twinkling lights on homes are beautiful, but the holiday season is the time in the year where people are most likely to injure themselves in the home.
There will be changes for runners of the Marine Corps Marathon this
weekend, with security in mind.
Halloween can be a fun night for kids and parents, but safety risks rise. For example, kids are twice as likely to get hit by a car, and four times more likely to injure themselves falling, on Halloween than on any other night of the year.
From New York to Los Angeles and in between, locked cars, even those equipped with alarms, are being broken into silently and without effort.