We all like to have fun and be active outside, but sometimes we can get caught up in our softball game or work out without putting safety first. Here are some tips from the Office of Emergency Management to help you keep cool – and safe – when the temperatures heat up.
Erika Katz, parenting expert, blogger and author of Bonding Over Beauty, shares her top tips on how to ensure the true safety of your kids on prom night.
Dr. Elizabette Cohen, WCBS pet reporter, veterinarian and author of “Most Of My Patients Wear Fur,” joined us on The Couch to give us some tips to keep our pets happy and healthy this summer season.
Former Secret Service Agent Evy Poumpouras sheds light on how we can protect ourselves from situations like the Boston Marathon bombings and the Texas fertilizer plant explosion.
A new online guide lets New York City high school students learn things like whether they need to pass through metal detectors and wear uniforms.
Player safety in the NFL has been a frequent topic of conversation recently and Goodell discussed it again Wednesday during a lecture and question-and-answer session at the department of exercise and sport science at the University of North Carolina.
Stay safe during this arctic blast. Here are safety tips and warming center information for New Yorkers, provided by the Office of Emergency Management.
A New Jersey town has decided to fly the flag to stop car-into-pedestrian accidents, placing flags at dangerous crosswalks for walkers to use.
The cold temperatures can be life threatening if you don’t take the proper precautions. TV 10-55′s Katie McGee has some important guidelines.
Brian Buckley, Institute of Culinary Education chef and instructor, to provide us with food safety tips we should all know.
A panel was set to meet for the first time this week, after being ordered by Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to recommend possible changes to state laws and policies in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School Massacre.
The Staten Island Ferry might soon be doing away with boats that allow passengers to ride outside.
In the wake of the second recent incident in which someone shoved a fellow passenger off a subway platform and left him to be killed by a train, New York City transit officials said they might give more thought to install sliding doors on some platforms.
The principal gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., was being remembered Saturday for the safety policies she helped develop before the horrific shooting rampage.
Check out these simple tips for keeping your family safe from carbon monoxide.
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