Are you prepared for a natural disaster? September is National Preparedness Month and to get things started, Josh Baum from Family Storehouse joined us in studio to show us different necessities that you need in your safety kit.
The Labor Day weekend is almost here, and for most, that means family trips. Wether you're boating, camping, or doing something around town, make sure you take safety precautions. Chris Haller from Utah State Parks was in studio this morning to remind us of some important safety tips.
Utah roads can be very dangerous which is a serious cause for concern. Sgt. Michael Irvine from the Utah Highway Safety Office joined us in studio to discuss the danger that may be going unnoticed--drowsy driving.
You and your family might be prepared for a natural disaster but are your pets? Richard Woodruff from the American Red Cross Utah joined us live in studio today to show us different preparedness kits for pets.
These days there is an app for just about everything. Now there is a new safety app for children walking to school.
Temperatures here in Utah have gotten above 100 degrees. In studio to go over some heat safety tips was John Zwahlem from the Salt Lake City Fire Department.
With the busy summer travel season underway, there is growing concern about potential terror attacks on airplanes bound for the United States.
If you have plans to celebrate for the fourth of July holiday, we want you and your family to have fun, but still be safe. Bob Fitzgerald, the fire marshall with the West Valley Fire Department, joined us in studio with a few reminders and tips on how to safely enjoy your holiday weekend.
As summer kicks into full swing, we need to be cautious of lightning strikes. Every thunderstorm produces lightning, which kills more people each year than tornadoes or hurricanes. The Red Cross has a list of safety precautions you need to take when it comes to being safe from the lightning.
All natural products can be a healthy option, but are they always safe to use?