Dad’s Viral Video Of Son Climbing Pool Ladder Warns Parents About Pool SafetyA dad from Attleboro, Massachusetts is using a video of his 2-year-old son to give other parents a warning. Keith Wyman’s video of his son, Cody, shows just how easy it is for kids to get into pools by themselves — even when there are seemingly child-safe measures in place.
Uber Will Conduct Yearly Background, Driving ChecksUber will now require drivers to undergo criminal background checks.
Safety Tips For Decorating During The HolidaysMany homeowners go to great lengths to make their homes look festive this time of year, but those displays could pose a risk.
Daily List: Emergency ItemsThere’s a long list of things you may want to take with you if you have to leave your home in an emergency. On the Daily List this morning, Marianne has three essentials to take along in the event that you have to evacuate!
Manly Minute: Keep This in Your CarWhen I was growing up, I noticed that my dad kept his car well-stocked with supplies. A lot of the equipment was for his job busting poachers as a game warden, but most of the things were for emergency situations.
Car Czar: Headlights And Vehicle SafetyA new study has shed some light on a disturbing automotive trend that not all headlamps are created equally. For that matter, some are so bad that you could be at risk -- even on a brand-new car! Doug told us what you MUST know before you buy that new car when it comes to safety.
Daily List: Spring CleaningSpring is upon us and you will be cleaning out the winter from your home. In today's Daily List, Marianne knows the few things that are often overlooked.
Call Kurtis Investigates: What’s In Your Milk?<img width="150" height="113" src="https://cbssacramento.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/cow2.jpg?w=150" alt="">A three-month Call Kurtis investigation has learned 17 different types of antibiotics have been found in the meat of dairy cows, though dairy milk is only screened for six antibiotics.
Abduction Prevention
Car Czar - Older Drivers
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