Spring Break: Boating and Jet Ski Safety

That first opportunity is right around the corner, with Spring Break looming on the schedule for many schools and universities. Boating and jet skiing is a popular activity for many Spring Breakers–particularly college student and young adults. Unfortunately, with boating always comes the risk of preventable accidents and injuries. Every year people throughout the state […]

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Setting a Good Example: Wear a Helmet when Biking with Children

Children are very susceptible to their surroundings and pick up on more things in a day than the average adult notices. In order to keep everyone safe, wear a helmet that fits properly when biking with children and ensure that they are wearing one as well. A helmet will make any crash or accident much […]

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Free Arizona Outdoor Activities for a Healthy Lifestyle

Most Arizona residents know there are almost an endless amount of outdoor activities to do throughout the state, thanks to the sunny weather, rolling canyon landscapes, and active outdoor communities. According to the National Climatic Data Center, the Greater Phoenix area has an average annual high temperature of 85 degrees, and sees the most sunshine compared to […]

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Tips for Staying Safe Traveling Over Thanksgiving

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 40% of the fatal Thanksgiving crashes last year involved drunk driving. Many people have long weekends from Wednesday to Sunday and as a result many people attend several holiday-related events, many of which involve alcohol. Thanksgiving is now considered to be the most dangerous holiday in […]

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Wrong-Way Crash in AZ Caused Wrongful Death

The driver of the wrong-way vehicle, Benjamin Charles Kuzelka, also survived, yet was arrested soon after his hospital stay. Phoenix man Kuzelka, 27, faces charges of second-degree murder, aggravated assault, endangerment, criminal damage and aggravated DUI. The police report indicated Kuzelka had a blood alcohol content of .281 when initially tested after the Oct. 6 […]

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