We have some tips to keep you safe on wintry roads. Driving in snow or on ice is dangerous at best.
Albemarle County volunteer firefighters are offering some tips to keep your home safe from fires this holiday season. Firefighters say they tend to see a spike in calls for service this time of year.
Leaving children in the hands of a stranger is one of the hardest moments for parents. It is best to be prepared with tips on finding a safe babysitter.
Dealing with the aftermath of a disaster in your home can be downright frustrating, but recovery can happen quicker if you prepare before a storm strikes.
Rookie drivers are at the highest risk on the road, and so are the passengers riding with them. But there are steps to take for some parental peace of mind.
The August earthquake is teaching homeowners a lesson about insurance. Hundreds of homeowners are left with hefty repair bills because nearly no one had earthquake coverage as part of their policy.
The sound is the same but not all smoke detectors are alike. Ionization alarms detect flaming, fast-moving fires. Photoelectric alarms sense smoldering, smoky blazes.
Heading to the pool is one popular way to stay cool and public pools are required to meet a set of safety standards that the federal government toughened just a few years ago.