The fifth largest city in our area is also the fifth safest big city in America, according to the publication Business Insider.
The Union Pacific Railroad is kicking off a new campaign that has them working with local police to enforce grade crossing laws. Officials are teaming up in conjunction with Union Pacific’s new educational push to “Always Expect A Train.”
The “not guilty” verdict in the George Zimmerman murder in Florida case has national some groups calling for review of so-called “Stand Your Ground” laws.
Carroll ISD in Southlake will test a high-tech device that uses GPS and Wi-Fi signals to constantly track employee locations, in an effort to make school campuses safer.
It could mean no more having to check up on Mom or Dad every morning: Motion sensors on the wall and a monitor under the mattress one day might automatically alert you to early signs of trouble.
The NHL competition committee will recommend making visors mandatory for all players entering the league.
“Texas is now leading the nation in the number of children that we lose every summer,” says Jan Emler, founder of Emler Swim Schools. “It’s a terrible distinction for our state.”
The new school security program instantly opens communication between emergency personnel and the school. “My responding officers can chat with the teacher, superintendent or whoever set the alarm off.”
The forecast for this afternoon in North Texas again includes heavy storms, hail and the possibility of dangerous tornadoes. So, how should you prepare?
Parents of Pinnacle Academy students have yet another safety concern as they send their children to class.
Getting a concealed handgun license in Texas may soon get much easier. A bill on its way to Governor Perry would reduce the amount of training required for a license.
American Airlines plans to pay $24.9 million to settle complaints filed by U.S. safety regulators going back several years.