After a local tragedy, what can parents actually DO? They can Be SMART and take action.
It’s looking like a typical HOT Alabama summer! We asked an expert about a safety checklist when it comes to swimming pools and kids.
We’ve put together a great list of places your little fish can take swim lessons in Huntsville and Madison County.
Being smart about severe weather is a must for families living in Huntsville and North Alabama. We got great tips from Jason Simpson, Chief Meteorologist for WHNT News 19.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit will be headlining the 30th annual Huntsville Classic. Proceeds will provide a pediatric ambulance for the children of Huntsville and North Alabama.
Traffickers are very rarely the “baby snatchers” your friend thought she saw and detailed in a Facebook post gone viral. They are your daughter’s soccer coach, or the man who works at the flea market. We are in a human trafficking crisis and here’s what parents need to know.
The 2018 Severe Weather Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday is this weekend and gives shoppers the opportunity to purchase weather preparedness items free of state sales tax. Get the list of supplies!
Moms Demand Action, a national organization aimed at reducing gun violence through gun-sense education and legislation, is launching a Huntsville chapter.
A cancer survivor and nurse is sharing the one thing many of us can do to fight cancer. It doesn’t involve a march, a Pinterest worthy pink tutu, or asking you to open your checkbook. It literally takes one second.
How do you cool down a hot car in the summer? Parents with babies and small kids need to be sure to see these tips!
A toy for young children could have small parts that are a choking hazard, or a defective car seat could put your child at a high-risk of injury in an accident. But how can you avoid these recalled products?
Summer months = more teen drivers on the road. Now is the time to have a real conversation about distracted driving with your young driver, and a local expert gives you tips about what to talk about and how to avoid the worst case scenario.
The 2017 Severe Weather Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday is this weekend and gives shoppers the opportunity to purchase certain severe weather preparedness items free of state sales tax. Get the list of supplies!
Thanks to social media, we are more or less aware of every tragedy, every freak accident, every disaster that takes place around the country and the world. It happened again recently in Huntsville, so it seems so much more personal. I bet many of you, like myself, will have trouble sleeping thinking of the “what […]
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month – 1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence during her lifetime. We spoke with experts about what to do if it happens to a friend or family member.
Car crashes are one of the leading causes of death and serious injuries for children and yet many people approach car seat safety as an afterthought. A CPST is always happy to help answer any questions you might have, but here are some tips to help you get off on the right foot!
If you’ve got little ones in your home (or are expecting some soon) then this free series of child safety classes from Huntsville Hospital is for you.
Rocket City Mom is partnering with the First Lady of Alabama, Mrs. Dianne Bentley, and Verizon to shine a spotlight on a troubling issue this holiday season. But we need YOUR help. There are anywhere from 3,000,000 to 10,000,000 children and teens each year in the United States that are witness to, or a victim of […]
The four technicians that are Rocket City Car Seat Safe have one goal – to make your vehicle as safe as possible for your kids. This week is Car Seat Safety Week, and it’s the perfect time to call on them for their FREE services. “Parents are more informed than ever about kid’s safety issues,” according […]
Why do you always have to be on your cell phone? No more gaming for today! I’ll let you know when you can get on Facebook! Do these statements sound familiar? Conflicts between parents and kids related to the internet and social media can be an everyday occurrence in most households. How can we cope? […]