Safe and Sound

  Safe and Sound: ‘Diagnosis to Victory,’ Part 2

During her treatment journey, she went through eight rounds of chemotherapy at the end of 2017.

Safe and Sound: Office of Highway Safety marks Child Passenger Safety Week with virtual event

  AMC Theatres set to reopen in Albany

  Safe and Sound: Young Pilot Spreads His Wings

  Safe and Sound: Tackling racism in schools

  Safe and Sound: Recognizing unsung heroes at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital

  Wiregrass Georgia Technical College makes protective shields

Continued Coverage

  Safe and Sound: Preparing for a hurricane during the COVID-19 pandemic

  Housing assistance offered to Dougherty Co. residents

  ‘I survived, I made it through’: Albany coronavirus survivor is back home

  Safe and Sound: Worth Co. deputies allowed to drive patrol cars to church

  Safe and Sound: AFD’s 24th annual fire safety program

Safe and Sound: Walking for a cure

  Safe and Sound: Preparing for flu season

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the best time to get your shot is in the first week of October.

  Safe and Sound: The dangers of Vaping

Health organizations are again alerting Americans about the possible dangers of e-cigarettes, after a sixth person has died.

Safe and Sound: ‘Operation Southern Shield’ to crack down on speeders once again

This initiative will run from July 15-21.

  Safe and Sound: Actors come to Albany for PSA to end gun violence, suicide

As a way to combat violence and suicide, the child stars from “The Bernie Mac Show” came to Albany and put together a PSA.

  Safe and Sound: National Infant Immunization Week

  Safe and Sound: Call 811 before you dig

  Safe and Sound: Elder abuse victims’ rights

  Safe and Sound: Fishing safety

  Safe and Sound: Tornado shelters for natural disasters

Safe and Sound: Dangers of e-cigs for teens

  Safe and Sound: Preteen Vaccine Awareness Week

March 11-15 is Preteen Vaccine Awareness Week and the Georgia Department of Public Health is spreading the message to parents and students

  Safe and Sound: Heart health

Heart disease is the number one killer in men and women.

  Safe and Sound: Avoiding card skimmers

While doing everyday tasks like getting gas or money out of the ATM, a hacker can find a way to steal your information in seconds.

  Safe and Sound: Safety at the ATM

Whether you are grabbing cash or depositing money, you should be aware of your surroundings when going to the ATM.

  Safe and Sound: Purchasing flood insurance even if you’re not in a designated flood zone

Insurance agents say floods are the nation’s most common and costly natural disasters.

  Safe and Sound: Testing your private water well for bacteria

Unlike public water systems that are tested daily, private water wells are only tested when the system owner requests it.

  Safe and Sound: Removing a child’s coat in a car seat

A warning for parents, especially with the cold weather, is to be careful when putting your child in a car seat with their winter coats on.t

  Safe and Sound: Preventing tax fraud

With tax season quickly approaching, there’s several things you can do to avoid becoming a victim of tax fraud.

What is ‘Safe and Sound?’

“Safe and Sound” is a weekly segment geared towards safety and protection in today’s modern world.

  Safe and Sound: Teal pumpkins making Halloween safer

The Teal Pumpkin Project is a way for families to find safe locations to trick-or-treat for allergen-free snacks.

  Safe and Sound: One self-defense class may not be enough

Self-defense classes are a good way to keep yourself safe, in the event someone tries to attack you. But the key word here is classes — and not just one.

  Safe and Sound: Car safety tips

Most people use a car every single day, but with this regular routine, we can sometimes forget the simple things like locking your car doors when you park at home.

  Safe and Sound: Staying safe on boats during summer months

Boating can be very fun but it's all about staying safe and that starts way before your boat touches the water.