Summer is the time for outdoor fun and adventure -- but the warm weather, long days and active nights can also pose unusual dangers for many people.
A deadly accident involving a tractor-trailer in a construction zone along Route 222 ended the life of one woman and put five other people in the hospital in Pennsylvania.
America puts some strict safety regulations on the manufacturers of cars and trucks in order to protect consumers -- so why aren't American buses and trains equipped with the sort of basic protections that are considered standard in other modes of transportation?
If you see a dump truck or one of those ready-mix concrete trucks on the road with you, you may want to consider taking another route or maybe stop for coffee -- whatever you need to do to let the truck get well ahead of you.
Are you worried about the possibility of an accident with a drunk driver? It's a reasonable worry, especially with New Year's Eve upon us. However, Pennsylvania drivers may be able to relax (a little).
A second-grader waiting at a bus stop in the dark was killed by a hit-and-run driver in Pennsylvania on Thursday morning. The driver allegedly wasn't even aware that the child had been hit.
It's generally acknowledged that the modern dog -- everything from the tiny little Pekingese to the lumbering English Mastiff -- descended from wolves. That split took place so long ago that nobody is certain when people first started keeping dogs as domestic pets.
It seems almost impossible to believe that medical professionals in this day and age would forget to take basic sanitary measures -- like wearing gloves -- to protect their newborn patients. Unfortunately, it happens -- and it happened again recently at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Watching your school-age child step on a bus in the morning can produce a lot of anxiety -- for good reason. Accidents involving school buses can be devastating.
School is just about to swing into full gear all across the nation -- and that means that parents will have to face another year of the dreaded "drop-off" zone.