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What NYC’s Plan for Improving Pedestrian Safety Means for You

After a rash of deadly left-turn crashes, the New York City Department of Transportation is listening in full-force to New Yorkers’ pleas for better pedestrian...

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  • new-york
  • Aug 18, 2016

Morgan & Morgan Employees' Efforts Help Save Orphaned Dogs

Every dog deserves a good home, and one Tampa woman is working paw-ticularly hard to make that happen. Jamie McKnight started Pawlicious Poochie Pet Rescue...

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  • tampa
  • Aug 18, 2016

How St. Johns County Cyclists Are Taking on A1A's Rumble Strips

Some St. Johns County bikers are concerned about a new safety feature along State Road A1A that they say will make biking more dangerous with...

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  • st-augustine
  • Aug 17, 2016

How To Keep Orlando Kids Safe When They Walk Near Schools

For parents of children attending the newly built Millenia Gardens Elementary in Orlando, back to school excitement is being met with some trepidation. The new...

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  • orlando
  • Aug 16, 2016

Nine Morgan & Morgan Attorneys Listed in Best Lawyers in America

We’re proud to announce that nine Morgan & Morgan lawyers received Best Lawyers® commendations for their work over the past year. The honor, published online...

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  • Aug 15, 2016

Tips for Keeping Fort Myers Kids Safe on the Way to School

It’s back-to-school season in Lee County. Over 92,000 students returned to the county’s 122 schools last week, and whether they attend an elementary school, special...

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  • Aug 15, 2016

Back to School: How To Know If Your Child Is Being Bullied

Children around the country are returning to school. For many of them, this will be a fun and enjoyable experience, but for the 20 percent...

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  • Aug 15, 2016

5 Things Melbourne Residents Should Never Do in a Power Outage

Central Florida was hit with a series of major power outages over the weekend, and residents of Brevard County dealt with two outages of their...

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  • melbourne
  • Aug 15, 2016

Researchers Find Wireless Hack Can Unlock 100 Million Volkswagens

More bad news for Volkswagen owners: A hacker could unlock your car using a simple wireless device. About 100 million VWs going back to 1995,...

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  • Aug 12, 2016

Why Aren’t Amusement Park Safety Regulations Tougher?

The recent death of a Kansas boy on what Guinness World Records has deemed the world’s largest water slide has brought new attention to the...

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  • Aug 11, 2016

How to Protect Your St. Petersburg Home from Floods

St. Petersburg and other parts of the Bay Area have received heavy rain over the past few days, and a flood watch is still in...

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  • st-petersburg
  • Aug 11, 2016

Zika Scam Watch: How to Know Which Products Really Keep You Safe

During a public health crisis, some fraudulent retailers find a way to make a fortune by taking advantage of people’s fears. This week, the Federal...

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  • Aug 10, 2016

FL School District Tackles Bullying on the Bus

The new school year is right around the corner, and to combat the ever-increasing problem of bullying, one Florida county is enlisting the help of...

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  • Aug 10, 2016

Federal Agency's Southern Tour Promotes Safe Cars to Save Lives

To raise awareness about motor vehicle safety, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will be kicking off its Safe Cars Save Lives bus tour this...

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  • Aug 9, 2016

Could a $14M Federal Grant Help Make Broad Street Safer?

The city of Mobile was awarded a multi-million dollar grant that aims to help improve major roadways in the downtown area. The grant, awarded to...

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  • mobile
  • Aug 9, 2016