The 6-year-old boy and 5-year-old girl run into a Virginia road when they see their school bus approaching, yellow lights flashing, in the opposite lane. A tractor-trailer driving in that lane is unable to stop in time.
The transportation department at Liberty County School System is now using text updates and social media to notify families of school bus delays.
A 15-year-old in Grants Pass, Oregon, is waiting for his school bus when a pickup truck veers onto the sidewalk and knocks him to the ground.
The Arkansas sheriff’s deputy is terminated for giving conflicting accounts of the incident.
In a new report, the state panel finds that “compartmentalized seating and other occupant restraint usage … generally have met the safety needs of Louisiana’s school bus passengers.”
According to police in Minnesota, initial reports indicate that the bus was stopped with its stop arm extended, and the teens were hit by the pickup truck as they walked toward the bus.
As two students in Marietta, Georgia, are exiting their bus, the driver sees a man shooting a gun nearby and brings the students back on board. The shooter can be seen in bus video footage.
The supplier demonstrates its navigation device for school buses and its Return to Route solution, designed to keep drivers on track.
When a student or a school bus driver misses a stop, what happens next? Three common scenarios show the dangers that students can face if there’s no plan in place.
A 15-year-old in Pennsylvania said he was hit with a metal rod while waiting for his bus. Authorities say his fabricated story brought in more than $4,000 in donations on GoFundMe.
An 11-year-old North Carolina girl is waiting for her bus when a man allegedly drives to the stop, takes her, drives away, and sexually assaults her. Police are sharing a description of the suspect and his car.
School districts in Georgia and other states have adopted the "Safe, Orderly, and Respectful" concept for teaching students about school bus safety.
Here’s a look at the safety training stations that students go through in the SOAR ("Safe, Orderly, and Respectful") program at two Georgia school districts.