Temperatures are expected to increase over the coming days in the Hoosier state and that’s prompting warnings from local Emergency Management Agency offices.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security says that if you’re planning to attend a large event this holiday weekend, it’s important to keep a few things in mind.
Summer can often bring with it carnivals or trips to the amusement park, but the Indiana Department of Homeland Security says it’s important to stay informed about the safety of the rides.
The Indiana State Department of Health is hoping to prepare Hoosiers for Memorial Day by offering a few water safety tips.
Pulaski County could soon begin work to provide added safety for several of its departments in the event of a weather emergency.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is recognizing Work Zone Awareness Week, and they’re reminding motorists not to be THAT driver.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is forming a partnership that looks to encourage more Hoosiers to enroll in boater education courses.
Pulaski County schools may soon be cooperating with the Sheriff’s Department to increase safety and improve communication.
With late fall and winter weather approaching, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security is providing warnings for Hoosiers to stay safe with alternative heating sources.
That’s why law enforcement agencies in the Hoosier State have provided parents with tips to keep their kids safe.
The positions were created two years ago with the help of grant funds to aid in the enhancement of school safety. Kyle Hinds, one of the resource officers accepted a position outside of the area.
Are back-to-school vaccinations on your end of the summer to-do-list? If not, they should be. Regardless of what grade your child is going into, there are required immunizations they must receive or have listed on their medical records. The requirements and recommendations are in alignment with the routine vaccination schedules from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. Continue reading
New safety standards may soon be embraced by oil companies around the nation.
Officials with the American Petroleum Institute say those standards – which were developed over the last two years or so – will enhance safety when constructing and maintaining oil pipelines around the country.
The Indiana Department of Homeland has developed a few tips to ensure safety during Independence Day celebrations.
IDHS says fireworks can be purchased by persons 18 years of age or older. To ensure safety, however, it’s considered best to buy the items at licensed dealer locations. State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson says despite safety precautions, structure fires can certainly be started by their misuse.
Marshall County EMA Director Clyde Avery says he’s working to spread awareness about some of the dangers and laws surrounding the use of fireworks.
Despite rumors on social media, the Knox School Corporation says there was not a lockdown of the High School on Thursday.
Emergency responders located the family pet among the rubble after a possible propane leak caused the home to explode. It took firefighters hours to extinguish the flames in the area of 2500 West and 1600 North.
An incident Friday morning at Knox Middle School prompted school officials to disallow students outdoors during the school day.
Area motorists may have noticed farm implements on the roadways.
That’s because planting season is in full swing. Farmers often use local roads to navigate between fields. According to the Indiana Department of Transportation, this means car drivers should be more alert.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly says he supports an extension of a grant program that helps law enforcement.
The Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Program Reauthorization Act was proposed for extension through 2020. It’s managed through the Department of Justice. The grant helps state and local police forces purchase the vests to improve safety.