Ford Recalls 202K Pickups, SUVs, Cars To Fix TransmissionsThe recall covers the 2011 and 2012 Ford F-150 and the 2012 Expedition, Mustang and Lincoln Navigator. Ford says a speed sensor can force vehicles into a downshift.
Pilgrims Pride Recalls 4 Million Pounds Of Cooked Chicken ProductsPilgrim's Pride is recalling more than 4 million pounds of its cooked chicken products.
OSHA: Riding Mowers Overturn On Slopes, Kill 3 In 1 Month In the past month, three landscape company employees have died in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas when riding mowers or tractors overturned into water or a stream bed.
Viral Video: John Oliver Takes On Lead PoisoningJohn takes on the topic around the entire country with more than 7 million miles of lead pipe in the land, and the governments don’t know where they all are.
New Efforts To Improve Safety For Uptown Bar SceneAn Uptown Dallas bartender attacked at work two weeks ago is back on the job and grateful for new security on McKinney Avenue.
"No Excuse": Safety Experts Say Car Defect Puts Kids In DangerAuto safety experts are demanding action on what they call a serious safety defect. The move comes days after a jury awarded more than a $124.5 million to a Texas family.
Feds Declare Hoverboards Unsafe, Will Go After Makers, SellersIn a letter to manufacturers, importers and retailers, U.S. regulators said they will seize or recall any of the of the two-wheeled, self-balancing scooters, which were a huge hit this holiday season, if they fail to meet federal safety standards.
Grand Prairie Seek Attempted Child Abduction SuspectThe Grand Prairie Police Department has released a composite sketch of the man they say is responsible for an attempted child abduction.
Top 5 Personal Safety Tips That Could Save Your LifeThe chances of falling victim to a violent crime are statistically low, but it happens.
Uber To Pay $28.5M To Settle Safety Ad LawsuitsUber says that it will pay $28.5 million to settle two lawsuits that said the ride-hailing firm misled customers about its safety procedures and fees.
Big Freight Railroads Won't Meet Safety Technology DeadlineThree of the biggest freight railroads operating in the U.S., including one in North Texas, have told the government they won't meet a 2018 deadline to start using safety technology intended to prevent accidents.
Chemical Safety Board Approves New Recommendations To Avoid Another West-Type IncidentNew standards to save lives. That's the hope as the U.S. Chemical Safety Board approved new recommendations after the deadly explosion at West Fertilizer in 2013.