Firework safety around July 4th is more important than ever as deaths and injuries related to fireworks spike during the early years of the pandemic.
Fireworks and festivities are going to light things up in San Diego this July 4th.
Those in the “Valley of the Sun” this 4th of July can enjoy the fireworks at several locations.
Airlines faced a test this weekend to determine whether they could handle the increased stress of summer demand amid staffing shortages and an ongoing pandemic.
Experts warn that the upcoming July 4th holiday could cause a spark in COVID-19 cases across the nation over Independence Day weekend.
Inclement weather threatens Independence Day travel plans and celebrations, but July 4th promises nice weather across the U.S.
Many live fireworks shows are canceled in San Diego this year due to COVID-19, but the festivities aren’t all over.
Those in the “Valley of the Sun” this 4th of July can still enjoy fireworks safely.
Fireworks won’t be the same this year due to COVID-19, but there are still ways to catch some festive displays in honor of the Fourth of July.
If you'll be in the San Diego area, there are a number of fireworks displays you can catch on the Fourth of July.
If You’re going to be in the “Valley of the Sun” this Fourth of July, this schedule of events is your perfect guide to the festivities.
4th of July is best spent with a drink in hand, and these cocktails will surely hit the spot.
Those staying inside on the Fourth of July can binge watch a variety of marathons on television.
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