Each year in Oklahoma, about 70 persons die in house fires. For those house fires where smoke alarm status was known, more than three-quarters of deaths occurred in homes without a working smoke alarm. Yet, working smoke alarms can cut the risk of dying in a house fire by half.
On Halloween night, ghosts, goblins and ghouls will fill the streets to celebrate. And if that’s not scary enough, AAA has uncovered this frightening fact: October 31 is the deadliest night of the year for pedestrians, according to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
Your child may sometime need to seek help from a stranger. Arm your child with a plan to help keep her safe.
You can make it a great, ghoulish night filled with good memories, or hideously heinous by engaging in this list of killjoys.
In recognition of National Car Care Month, AAA today announced its annual list of the best auto repair shops in Oklahoma.
Looking for a ghoulishly good movie? Check out these upcoming Halloween classics!
One in 10 people have symptoms of dyslexia, which can include slow or inaccurate reading, poor spelling, poor writing, or confusion of similar words. October is National Dyslexia Awareness Month and the International Dyslexia Association shares some important information for parents.
The weather is cooler and thoughts are turning to Halloween. Want to get in the mood to celebrate?
The series will help preschoolers build healthy friendships, foster self-esteem and understand the difference between reporting and tattling.
Halloween traditions were a fun part of my childhood, and my mom still calls every year to make sure we know when the Charlie Brown Halloween special is on. Discover traditions with your kids with these fun Halloween ideas.