Fourth Of July Safety: Tips To Keep You From Visiting The Emergency RoomThe Consumer Product Safety Commission says there are 280 people -- on average -- that go to the emergency room every day with firework-related injuries in the weeks surrounding the Fourth of July.
Tips For Keeping Pets Safe During Cold WeatherWhile Minnesotans are bundling up to get out of the coldest temperatures we've seen in decades, it's important to remember to keep our pets safe and warm, too.
Twin Cities Rank Near Average In Terms Of SafetyWhen deciding where in the U.S. to live, those in the Twin Cities might want to stay right here because in terms of city safeness, St. Paul and Minneapolis are about average.
Officials Tout Safety Concerns Aboard Metro TransitMetro Transit police reported three rapes, 92 robberies, 55 assaults and 272 thefts through July of this year.
Experts Expand Recommendations For Rear-Facing Car SeatsThe policy recommends even older kids stay in safety seats and booster seats until they reach the maximum height and weight recommended.
Inspectors Ensure State Fair Ride SafetyWhile the fair won't open for visitors until Thursday morning, inspectors were out on Wednesday to ensure we all have a fun and safe ride.
Caught On Camera: Teen Pushed Off Bridge Suffers 5 Broken RibsInstead of safely getting off the bridge, a family friend comes up from behind and apparently pushes an unsuspecting Jordan into the water.
Tommy Armstrong Making NFL Adjustment From QB To Defense With VikingsIt's a new world for Tommy Armstrong. Now a safety, and that takes some adjustments and some coaching.
Halloween Safety TipsHalloween is a fun night of trick-or-treating for kids and a big responsibility for parents keeping them safe while crossing the street.
Vikings Safety Harrison Smith Named To 1st Pro BowlMinnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith will be heading to Hawaii -- and his first career Pro Bowl.
IIHS: Booster Seats For Cars Are Becoming SaferBooster seats for children riding in cars are getting safer, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The IIHS said there aren't any new boosters seats on the market this year that they wouldn't recommend, but there are some that are better than others.