hen the Food and Drug Administration recalled more than 40 varieties of liquid pediatric Tylenol, Motrin, Benadryl, and Zyrtec last month they advised consumers to use drugstore “house brands” of the medications instead.
Federal prosecutors announced on Wednesday that they had broken up an international online child pornography website that encompassed more than 50 people in the U.S. alone.
While it is always sage advice to practice defensive driving, law enforcement officials are especially encouraging travelers to keep their cool and stay alert this Memorial Day weekend.
Seven months ago, a Lansing Police Department emergency vehicle slammed into an Oldsmobile carrying three young men. The cruiser was allegedly responding to an emergency call at the time of the crash. According to witnesses, the police car did not have its emergency lights flashing or its headlights on. The officer involved denies those allegations. [...]
The peace and quiet of an early Spring morning was shattered last Sunday as two young people lost their lives in a tragic car crash on M-21 in Lowell, Michigan. The accident occurred near the intersection of East Fulton (also known as M-21) and Settlewood Drive at about 7:40 in the morning on May 23. [...]
In a move that will protect drivers and pedestrians alike, The House and Energy Commerce Committee approved a sweeping overhaul of auto safety laws by a vote of 31-21 on Wednesday.
Harford County, Maryland—a 53-year-old woman won a $3.5 million medical malpractice verdict earlier this month against two surgeons and their business after undergoing a disastrous surgery that left her paraplegic.
It will be interesting to see if Memorial Day celebrators will head pediatricians’ warnings about foods that pose choking hazards in young children.