When Julie Garner’s son died in a car crash in 2007, she sought to make change and help spare other families from her tragedy. What is Project Yellow Light?
Back-to-school means it’s time for drivers to be vigilant, especially before and after school when buses and students are more likely to be on the roads.
Take advantage of savings from Goldfish Swim School! The Back to School, Back to Pool program runs through September 30th, 2023.
Aggressive driving is getting worse, and AAA’s Morgan Dean has tips for staying safer on Virginia’s roads.
How a beach vacay changed Melissa Chase and her family forever – a shark week story! Plus, important tips for staying safe in the ocean as waters warm.
Virginians may now choose to indicate their blood type to include on their driver’s license to assist first responders in the event of an emergency.
Nationally, thirty-eight kids die In hot cars each year. Follow these steps from AAA to keep kids safe in cars and avoid tragedy this summer.
Keeping babies safe at home is priority number one for new parents! From button batteries to safety gates, here are twelve tips from a safety specialist.
To help keep riders safe on Virginia roadways, DMV offers tips for both motorists and riders alike.
AAA’s School Safety Patrol program is working its magic in schools around the world! Faith Culyer, a Chesterfield County fifth grader, was recently honored.
With warm weather coming up fast, take these dog safety and skills suggestions to heart and have a fun summer with your pooch.
Spring is in the air! In the coming weeks, schools will be out for a week, and making the most of the break is on the mind of many families.