Six Flags Texas Giant has been closed, since Rosa Ayala-Goana died in July from falling out the ride over 75 feet in the air. Rosa's family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Six Flags, the trial is still being disputed in court.
I like to think I'm on top of things when it comes to social media. I don't post a lot to Facebook nor do I tweet on a regular basis, but I try to keep up to date with things. That's why I'm baffled at how things recirculate. I have noticed lately on Facebook that a story from 2-years ago is making the rounds again. Pictures taken on your smartphone and posted online can lead people to your front door.
When it comes to the 4th of July, it is like it is an accident waiting to happen. However, if we are safe about how we do things then it will make for a safe and fun 4th of July. Our friend Steve Pair with the Texas Panhandle Chapter of the American Red Cross wanted to share with us and you some safety tips to get your through the holiday. Some of these tips can be used throughout the Summer.
What if the tornado sirens sound and you're at home with no basement or any other shelter too go to? Many homeowners are turning to this option. They are choosing to install tornado shelters in or around their house.
If you are not wearing your seat belt on a regular basis, today is the day to start because the Amarillo Police Department has teamed up with the Texas Department of Transportation for the annual Click It or Ticket Campaign.
I had a heart attack moment yesterday that nearly scared me stupid and I wasn't even the one driving. My friend and I were coming back from an appointment yesterday and we had a moment that could have truly been tragic.
A fun event is happening in Claude, Tx this Saturday. It is the first Claude Safety Day. Make plans to make the short trip from Amarillo to Claude to learn about safety with the family while having some fun.
Given modern engineering, design and manufacturing, most drivers probably assume that new cars are inherently safe. But, according to a study by the nonprofit group Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, that isn’t necessarily the case.
I have never lived in a place where I had to take an elevator to get to my home. I have dogs but they have always had free reign of the backyard, to run around and do their business. I don't have to take them out for walks or to potty. When you live in an apartment building you do have to do things like that for your animal. However, it is always a good idea to make sure your dog is in the elevator with you before you hit the buttons or you could have something like this happen.
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