This Sunday the Carolina panthers will go head to head with the Denver broncos in Super Bowl 50. Its a big party weekend.
Many of you will be watching for the football and others may watch just for the commercials. Whatever the reason Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz wants you to keep a few things in mind while you are on your way a Super Bowl party.
"Texting is such a big thing in the forefront now. Just pay attention to what you're doing. I have a new driver in my...
K through 12 students aren't the only ones going back to school this week.
Colleges and Universities are now buckling down for the school year. Senior Public Relations Manager for AAA Ohio, Kimberly Schwind told us about some safety tips to keep in mind if you are commuting back and forth to school this year.
"Put an emergency roadside kit in your car." Said Schwind, "Make sure that there are things like water, non-perishable food items, a simple tool kit. Jumper...
Helicopters flew onto Liebs Island at Buckeye Lake today... all in preparation for the possible dam failure.
The Ohio National Guard teamed up with Ohio Task Force One to complete the safety presentation.The event featured a two-helicopter demonstration where both land and water rescues took place. Search Team Manager Gene Thomas said that the community can count on these rescue teams to take action in case of emergencies.
The third annual Health, Safety, And Wellness Expo took place earlier today at Kids America in Coshocton.
The expo was free to the public and featured over 50 exhibitors, kids activities, numerous health screenings and a plethora of wellness and safety information. Executive Director of the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce, Amy Stockdale, says there are many participants each year.
"Last year for our second annual we we had over 500 participants," said Stockdale....
Unfortunately, tragedies don't always stop for holidays, and the firefighters at the Zanesville Fire Department are always ready in the case of an emergency. That doesn't mean, though, they can't enjoy a delicious meal for the holiday.
Those working at the Zanesville Fire Department today sat down at Noon, on Thanksgiving, to enjoy some time with their families.
John Rodman, a firefighter at Zanesville Fire Department told us, "Well usually on the holiday's we...
All it took was a quick look out the window Monday, November 17th, to see that Jack Frost had arrived. For students in the area the snows arrival meant school closing and delays, for others the white powder meant spending extra time in the morning to shovel that dreaded driveway.
We caught up with Pat Wishoven as he was shoveling his driveway, “My sidewalk is a corner lot, it takes me about 30 minutes to really get it all cleaned.”
The first long holiday weekend of the summer means fun, food and extra law enforcement officers.
Muskingum County Sheriff, Matt Lutz says his office has received a traffic safety grant to allow them to put more deputies on the roads during the holiday. They will be looking for drunk and distracted drivers and seat belt violations through the Click It or Ticket campaign.
"it's a program where they want extra law enforcement to be out on the street and they want law...