Not every child likes fireworks and there are plenty of fun alternatives for 4th of July, Airbnb says more people are staying close to home ov…
The coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation this year of one of the biggest annual events in Cayuga County, the Independence Day firework…
The loud bangs and whizzes of fireworks can make dogs and cats be vocal, shake or shiver. Here are a few tips for comforting a pet freaked out by fireworks.
As New York cracks down on illegal fireworks, state officials are warning residents ahead of Independence Day weekend about another consequenc…
The 4th of July is usually celebrated by the entire country, but not everyone likes fireworks. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
The 4th of July is meant to be celebrated by everyone in America and yes that includes kids. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
Even though the 4th of July might be different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are still ways you and your family can have fu…
It has been a statewide problem, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants it to stop.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke about illegal fireworks during his June 29 public briefing.
Firework complaints are soaring, and they come after months of pandemic-induced isolation followed by weeks of tense protests against police brutality and racism.
There's been an explosive rise in fireworks use across New York state this year, and Auburn is no exception.
The skies over Steamboat Springs in Colorado erupted in red as the world's largest firework, weighing almost 2,800 pounds, was launched.
A porch fire in Auburn Thursday night was the result of improperly disposed fireworks, the Auburn Fire Department said.
Fireworks’ colors come from salt. Different salts produce different colors.
Did you know 150 million hot dogs are eaten each year on the 4th of July? Here's a closer look at how Americans celebrate the the holiday.
Only one state — Massachusetts — entirely bans fireworks. A few others limit options to sparklers and novelty items, but most states allow all or at some types of consumer fireworks.
An economist explores data on injuries, which states ban fireworks and other interesting stats on what President John Adams referred to as "illuminations."