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5 Debunked Shark Attack Myths That Could Save Your Life

Continuous warm weather across Volusia County still drives hoards of swimmers to the local beaches. But New Smyrna Beach has also attracted a mullet migration,...

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  • daytona-beach
  • Sep 23, 2016

Child Passenger Safety Week: How to Find the Correct Car Seat for Your Child

This week is Child Passenger Safety Week, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has chosen to highlight car seat safety this year. Car seats...

  • Staff
  • Sep 23, 2016

How Will the Beaver Street Improvement Project Affect Your Commute?

Traffic on a portion of Beaver Street will be shifting to a new configuration this week as the Overland Bridge Project continues throughout Jacksonville. Workers...

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  • jacksonville
  • Sep 23, 2016

How to Drive Safely Around NYC

The prospect of driving in New York City can be a dreaded and nerve-wracking task. The constant traffic where you don’t move at all for...

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  • new-york
  • Sep 22, 2016

Drivers Can Help Make Walking to School Safer for Pinellas Students

Parents of children attending Clearwater Central Catholic High School in Pinellas County are worried about the lack of pedestrian safety measures on one busy county...

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  • st-petersburg
  • Sep 22, 2016

Walk for Wishes: Matt Morgan's Annual Charity Walk Returns for 10th Year

Ten years ago, our very own Matt Morgan brought a charity walk to Orlando in order to raise money to grant sick children. The Walk...

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  • Sep 21, 2016

Osceola Senior Watch Program: Could One Weekly Visit Help Stop Elder Abuse?

Senior citizens living alone in Osceola County can now look forward to weekly visits, but their visitors might not be who you would expect. The...

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  • kissimmee
  • Sep 21, 2016

Self Driving Cars: NHTSA Announces First Set of Guidelines for Autonomous Vehicles

With the race to get the first mass produced self driving car well under way, the federal government announced its first set of guidelines for...

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  • Sep 21, 2016

Drowsy Driving on the Rise: Can Tech Keep Drivers Awake?

A 16-year-old boy was killed on Sunday morning after being struck by a driver who was asleep at the wheel. The victim was standing on...

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  • orlando
  • Sep 21, 2016

GM Takata Airbag News: Car Maker Asks for Recall Delay

In a move that will surprise some, General Motors has petitioned U.S. safety regulators to delay the recall of nearly one million vehicles that contain...

  • Staff
  • Sep 20, 2016

Workplace Retaliation: The Most Common Forms You Should be Aware of

When employees make a valid complaint about discrimination to their employers, there are laws in place to protect them from retaliation. While some forms of...

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  • Sep 16, 2016

How Will Proposed Traffic Improvements Impact Mobility for St. Augustine’s Residents?

Discussions for St. Augustine’s city wide mobility plan continue to be in the works, but one official at last week’s meeting proposed the city begin...

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  • st-augustine
  • Sep 16, 2016

Kristen Bell’s "Pinksourcing" Video Says Women Don't Ask for Raises: Studies Show Otherwise

Kristen Bell spears the issue of the gender wage gap in her hilarious short “Pinksourcing” for The Huffington Post’s latest series, “Celebs Have Issues,” where...

  • Staff
  • Sep 16, 2016

Bay Street 30-Day Pilot Study: Will the New Road Safety Measures Help or Hurt?

September marks the start of the City of Savannah’s 30-day pilot study of Bay Street. After a number of pedestrian accidents on Bay Street, including...

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  • savannah
  • Sep 16, 2016

Distracted Driving on the Rise: How Can Tampa Drivers Stay More Alert on the Road?

What do two recent car accidents in the Tampa Bay area have in common? They were both caused by motorists who took their eyes off...

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  • tampa
  • Sep 15, 2016