The recent frigid weather may have brought ice to Connecticut roads and the eaves of houses but authorities are warning that the ice on state waterways may not be as thick as people believe. At least three incidents were reported in the state on Thursday.
Federal bus safety regulators announced they have shut down 52 companies, including two in Connecticut, in what they describe as a major nationwide crackdown on unsafe carriers.
The Federal Railroad Administration is ordering immediate safety measures on the part of the Metro North Railroad, after Sunday’s fatal accident on the Hudson line.
Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Aviation safety specialists are voicing their concerns about the impact of the partial federal government shutdown, despite a decision by the Federal Aviation Administration to recall some furloughed engineers, inspectors and safety staff.
Drowsy drivers may cause nearly a third of all deadly car crashes according to federal statistics.
Summer safety tips from the Red Cross.
More drivers and more vehicles were taken off the road this year in the annual truck safety inspection “Roadcheck.”
Attorney General George Jepsen says Connecticut will receive about $1.4 million of a $29 million settlement between Toyota and 29 states as part of a settlement related to its safety recalls.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s new budget does not set aside new funds specifically earmarked to boost school security measures or mental health programs in light of the deadly school shooting in Newtown.