A new law in NYS will change how long your child is required to remain in a rear-facing seat. Rear-facing. Front-facing. Booster seats. Determining which seat is appropriate for your child and for how long is a common parenting dilemma.
Every parent wants to do what they can to protect their kids. Now there's one more step you can take that could save your child's life, and you can get the right tools and information for free at a special event going on in Yorkville.
Katelyn Armstrong of Whitesboro was enjoying her drive to work this week when she noticed that something wasn't right. An unexpected object landed on her in her car while she was on Commercial Drive and started smelling smoke.
In a matter of seconds, a child can be seriously injured or even killed while playing around the house. Debbie and Scott Deming from Syracuse, experienced that tragedy first hand - Now they're on a mission to educate the public. They're armed with their knowledge, and a solution to prevent…