An investigation into the June deaths of 19 firefighters killed while battling an Arizona blaze has found a litany of problems stemming from inadequate radio communication.
Texas health officials say no link has been found between a compounded drug and the death of two patients who developed blood infections after receiving it before its recall.
Across the nation, motorcyclists opposed to mandatory helmet use have been chipping away at state helmet laws for years while crash deaths have been on the rise.
A nonprofit group is reporting that the number of law enforcement officers who died while performing their duties declined this year compared to 2011.
The Texas Department of Transportation is hoping that a sobering new message on highway digital message boards will help save lives in the state. The advisory flashing on the boards lets drivers know that 1,785 people have died on Texas roads this year.
Tarrant County Public Health announced Monday two more deaths associated with the West Nile virus.
Wrong way crashes in the metroplex have killed nine people in just the last month, including two mothers, three young girls, and a deputy constable.
480 people died on the job in the state last year. California had the second most at 301.
What medical examiners used to think was Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is really something else.