Study: Adults Less Likely To Use Seat Belts In Back Seat Of CarsA new survey reveals more than a quarter of adults admit they don't always buckle up in the back seat.
Ford Recalling 117,000 Vehicles For Safety DefectFord Motor Co. is recalling nearly 117,000 vehicles because the bolts in the seat, seat belt or seat belt buckle may fracture.
Groups Make DIY Bike Lanes To Show US Cities What Could BeA makeshift bike lane divider made of painted two-by-fours and PVC pipes lasted three days on a busy Dallas street last month before the city removed it, which was two days longer than its creators expected.
Forney Police Offer Safe Exchange Zone For Online DealsThe Forney Police Department is hoping to take the danger out of online classified ad deals.
Dallas County Commissioner’s Vote To Lower Vehicle Inspection FeesWhile the bill to eliminate vehicle inspections died in the Texas Legislature, lawmakers in Dallas County are taking action.
Summer Safety TipsStay safe this summer with these safety tips!
TSA Tests Better Bomb-Detecting Scanners For Carry-OnsSecurity screeners are testing a 3-D scanner to inspect carry-on bags, a measure they hope will improve their ability to detect bombs and maybe shorten lines at the checkpoint.
New Bag/Purse Policy In Effect At Billy Bob’s TexasYou’ll need to think twice before rolling in with a large purse or backpack at Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth. Starting today the concert venue is enforcing a new, stricter bag policy in an effort to boost safety.
Texas State Leaders Have Made Changes Over Safety Personal security detail from DPS is made available to legislators if there are specific threats, or when traveling to certain areas in groups.
US Probes Air Bag Computer Failures In 2012 Jeep LibertyThe U.S. government is investigating complaints that air bag control computers in some Jeep Liberty SUVs can fail, preventing the air bags from inflating in a crash.
Texas House OKs Allowing Guns In Parked Cars At SchoolsThe Texas House has voted to allow concealed carry permit holders to have guns in their locked cars parked outside schools.
Study: Side Effects Emerge After Approval For Many U.S. DrugsAlmost one-third of new drugs approved by U.S. regulators over a decade ended up years later with warnings about unexpected, sometimes life-threatening side effects or complications.