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Alternative fuel conference to be held in Las Vegas
January 7, 2008
LAS VEGAS — The Alternative Fuel Vehicle Institute has announced details for its 2008 Alternative Fuels & Vehicles National Conference and Expo.


Congressman drafts legislation to protect Medicaid reimbursements
January 7, 2008
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. John Boozman has introduced legislation in Congress that would protect Medicaid reimbursements from cuts in financial su...
IC Corporation to raise bus prices
January 3, 2008
WARRENVILLE, Ill. — IC Corporation will increase new bus prices for 2008 by between $2,500 and $3,000 in response to rising commodity prices, ac...
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Collins Bus Corp. to serve Canadian market
January 3, 2008
HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Collins Bus Corp. will be offering a full line of school bus products to the Canadian market.

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Rhode Island politician responds to school transportation snafu
January 2, 2008
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Mayor David N. Cicilline recently outlined a series of policies he is planning to implement in response to a storm on Dec. 13...
EPA awards grant to Tennessee environmental agency for bus retrofits
January 2, 2008
GALLATIN, Tenn. — The Southeast Diesel Collaborative recently presented the Tennessee Department of Education and Conservation with funds to ins...
College student receives school bus scholarship
January 2, 2008
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — American Bus Sales & Service has awarded Wesley Harris, a sophomore who attends Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, its ...
Fatal snowplow-school bus crash in Utah
November 30, 2001
DELTA, Utah -- A 9-year-old girl was killed and two other schoolchildren were critically injured Thursday afternoon when a snowplow crashed into a sc...
Boy to be charged for waving chocolate gun on school bus
April 20, 2000
A 16-year-old boy who waved a chocolate gun aboard a school bus in Rimersburg, Pa., is expected to be charged with disorderly conduct.
Union fails to solidify Ohio contractor’s drivers
April 18, 2000
School bus drivers and attendants at the Warren, Ohio, location of Community Bus Services, a school bus contractor headquartered in Youngstown, Ohio, have rebuffed organizing efforts by a local union.
Grand jury to probe Santa Fe bus crash
April 14, 2000
According to the Albuquerque Journal, a Santa Fe (N.M.) county grand jury will be impaneled to consider criminal charges in the March 1999 charter bus accident.
Florida school bus driver faces porn charges
April 11, 2000
A veteran school bus driver in Sarasota, Fla., was arrested last week and charged with two counts of computer pornography.
Report: Bus driver ignored train’s whistle, traffic signs
April 7, 2000
The Tennessee Highway Patrol has released a report on the investigation of the March 28 school bus-train collision on the Tennessee-Georgia border.
School bus driver killed in crash on interstate highway
April 6, 2000
A school bus driver for Wichita (Kan.) Public Schools was killed Wednesday, April 5, when her bus rammed the back of a plumbing truck.
NTSB: School bus did not stop at rail crossing
April 3, 2000
Federal investigators say preliminary evidence indicates that the school bus that was rammed by a CSX freight train in Tennga, Ga., did not stop before entering the rail crossing.
Third child dies in school bus-train accident
March 30, 2000
A third child has died in the school bus-train accident that occurred early Tuesday, March 28, near Tennga, Ga.
2 children killed in bus-train collision in Georgia
March 28, 2000
Two children were killed and five others seriously injured after a 33-car freight train rammed into a school bus at an unmarked crossing.
Second school bus fatality in Detroit area
March 27, 2000
A 10-year-old girl who was involved in a snag-and-drag incident on Thursday, March 23, died one day later in a Detroit hospital.
Fuel crunch bruises school bus budgets
March 23, 2000
A steep rise in prices for diesel fuel and gasoline has forced school bus operators to consider ways to minimize the effects on their transportation programs.
Alleged kidnapper held on $1 million bond
March 21, 2000
On Monday, March 20, James P. Johnson was being held on $1 million bond for allegedly abducting 10-year-old Jessica Rodriguez.

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