Owning a golf cart opens a lot of possibilities. These low-speed utility vehicles are perfect for taking a little drive around the neighborhood or taking out on the links. However, just because they're not as fast and heavy as an automobile doesn't mean you should fail to exercise caution. Here are some helpful tips for safely driving around in your golf cart that you should keep in mind before you get behind the wheel.
Cooks love their gadgets, from countertop slow cookers to instant-read thermometers. Now, there's increasing interest in magnetic induction cooktops - surfaces that cook much faster than conventional stoves, without igniting a flame or heating an electric coil.
It can be challenging for parents and caregivers to shield their children from bigotry and hatred online, but there are a few tips they can follow.
As holiday shopping kicks into high gear, security experts are offering tips for avoiding efforts by scammers to separate people from their hard-earned money.
The North Dakota Public Service Commission is using a recent influx of federal dollars to implement pipeline safety programs.
What is now a Category 3 hurricane roughly 200 miles from Key West is expected to make landfall south of Tampa Bay in the Sarasota area.
The 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York resulted in the loss of 2,753 people in the Twin Towers and surrounding area. After the attack, more than 100,000 responders and recovery workers from every U.S. state - along with some 400,000 residents and other workers around ground zero - were exposed to a toxic cloud of dust.
(Ohio News Connection) People around the country are facing record high June heat this week. Experts cautioned keeping cool is as much about health and safety as it is about comfort.
High temperatures combined with humidity make it difficult for the body's natural cooling system -- sweating -- to work efficiently.