In junior high school I read The Pigman, a coming-of-age story about two kids who encounter tragedy that hurls them into adulthood. I often wondered when I would meet The Pigman myself and have to grow up. It didn't take long.
We must challenge the candidates running on November 6 to pledge their support for common sense laws and policies that will save lives, and also, save tax dollars.
As individuals, we each have options to drive less that can make our families safer.
A new CDC report on fatal crashes among teenage drivers shows just what you would never expect with all the news and legislation concentrating on the ...
Wednesday, August 4, 5:40 PM. Outside Screen Gems Film Studios, Wilmington, NC. A large white Toyota pickup truck suddenly accelerated out of the st...
On January 4, 1960 --- exactly fifty years ago --- Albert Camus had a train ticket to Paris in his pocket.
Our courts can lock someone up for a long time after a fatal crash. But courts alone can't prevent that crash. Alcoholics, whether acknowledged or in denial, need personal interventions to keep them off the road.
Parents, always make sure your children wear their seat belts! Families, take accountability.
Any of us can be pushed over the edge. For life is neither easy nor fair. But one way to hang on, and beat any demons, despite it all, is communication with those you love.
Why do 41,000 to 45,000 human beings die on our roads every year, and yet our country is not up in arms?