The student transportation provider gives more than 50 turkeys and a monetary contribution to the Lisle (Ill.) Township Food Pantry.
Fourth-grader Addison Hutchinson of California notices that her bus driver is hunched over the wheel. She calls 911 and then stays with the driver until paramedics arrive.
The Ogden location achieves a score of 100% on its two Utah Highway Patrol fleet inspections for the second year in a row.
Dallas County Schools, which has faced financial hurdles and controversy in recent years, is ending operations after voters chose on Nov. 7 to shut it down.
A new final rule adds four semi-synthetic opioids: hydrocodone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, and oxymorphone.
In a video recorded by a motorist, the New Jersey bus driver appears to be driving 80 mph where the speed limit is 65.
Two Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools buses have caught fire in the past month. Authorities are investigating, and buses of the same type are being re-inspected.
School bus operators can now apply to take part in the next SBX educational networking event.
Cook-Illinois Corp. takes delivery of the CE Series buses with a PSI 8.8-liter propane engine.
The Wisconsin contractor’s new facility provides more functional office space, a larger parking area, and a propane fueling station.
The entrepreneur and TED speaker explains his 100 Days of Rejection project, which he says helps in overcoming fears and pursuing success.
The resource is part of Safe Kids Worldwide’s “Take Action Toolkit: How to Fix an Unsafe School Zone.”
Crystal Neuman of South Dakota is sentenced to one year in prison for stealing the money from her former employer, School Bus Inc., by writing extra checks to herself for 10 years.
The state directors’ annual gathering also addresses the use of tablets and GPS units for school bus drivers.
More than 170 STI locations will be collecting donations for those in need as part of the “Driving Our Communities” campaign.