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Wednesday, May 30, 2018Now that spring and summer are well underway, many areas will likely see an increase in severe storms. Among the threatening weather that might go with these storms are that loud, cold and heavy phenomenon—hail. Hail frequently falls in severe storms, and they can cause damage. READ MORE >>
Friday, August 4, 2017Riding a motorcycle around southeast Texas carries a certain element of risk. Though you might feel safe, riding on busy streets is somewhat dangerous. It is often difficult to maneuver through traffic on a motorcycle. Sometimes, you may even experience an accident. READ MORE >>
Monday, January 5, 2015Motorcycling is an exhilarating and economical form of transportation. Unlike a car however, you aren't buckled into a protective metal cage with crumple zones and airbags. This means that motorcycling is less forgiving of mistakes. As with new car drivers, the risk is highest for new motorcyclists. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, October 22, 2014Halloween is one of the fall season’s most treasured holidays. Kids love to dress up, get together with friends, and go door-to-door in search of the biggest and best goodies. If your neighborhood tends to be teeming with little ghosts, goblins, superheroes and princesses, you’ll want to be sure your yard and stoop are safe and welcoming. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, October 14, 2014Despite the fact that Halloween in East Texas involves walking around at night amongst ghouls and witches, it really only takes a little common sense to make the night safe for everyone. Here are five questions to ask so your entire family, even pets, can enjoy a safe and fun evening of trick-or-treating or handing out candy to others: READ MORE >>
Thursday, July 17, 2014Many Americans enjoy boating during the summer months. Boating safety should be seriously considered every time you venture out on a boating trip. Why? Over 4,000 boating accidents were reported last year alone. 560 people died, with 77 percent of the deaths due to drowning. READ MORE >>