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.
At a bus stop in Lafayette, Louisiana, police say that a 19-year-old and a 15-year-old pulled out guns and pointed them at the bus.
Henry Cruz-Orellana of North Carolina is standing at his bus stop when a vehicle driven by a 16-year-old tries to pass other cars, runs off the road, and hits him. He suffers non-life-threatening injuries.
A new regulation requires Wisconsin school buses built after Jan. 1, 2005, to have amber lights to alert motorists that the bus is about to stop.
The Kansas State Department of Education informs the public about how to keep kids safe as they make their way to and from school buses.
The Georgia Department of Education urges motorists to use caution when approaching school buses and to brush up on school bus safety rules.
A recently passed bill specifies that a driver on a divided four-lane highway doesn’t need to stop for a school bus on the other side.
A 17-year-old girl in Virginia is walking to catch her bus when a man pulls up in a vehicle and allegedly exposes himself to her.
Police in Chesterfield, Virginia, say that two youths in a drug transaction exchanged gunshots. One of them ran from the shooting scene and fell in front of a stopped school bus.
After exiting his school bus, a 13-year-old in Texas is approached by two men, who reportedly demand at gunpoint that he get in their car.
Mobile and web app MyBusVue provides peace of mind to parents and school employees as children are being transported between school and home.
The “See Something, Say Something” concept advises that everyone has a responsibility to report suspicious activity. School bus driver Shawn Ost and his passengers did just that when a strange van was parked in a driveway at a bus stop.