Officers in Indiana ride school buses looking for distracted and law-breaking drivers. They have caught about 10 offending drivers per hour.
Jim Zeser of the Indiana State Police lobbies for road signs that alert drivers to stop for school buses.
School bus video footage shows the cars hitting the left side of the bus one after the other and speeding off after the bus driver drops off a student.
For stop-arm running cases in which the driver can’t be identified in camera footage, a new state law allows for civil penalties for the owner of the vehicle.
Police say that the fire caused more than $30,000 in damage to the school bus.
A custodian arrives at the Novato (Calif.) USD bus yard late at night and spots two people syphoning gasoline from storage tanks. He snaps photos as the pair flees in a box van.
A Florida man allegedly attacks a homeowner before stealing a school bus and driving toward a city. Deputies disable the bus by shooting out a tire.
Ashley McMaster of Nova Scotia, Canada, gets frustrated watching motorists illegally passing her daughter’s bus and posts videos of incidents, which catch attention from law enforcement.
Florida's governor approves the Cameron Mayhew Act, which imposes a $1,500 fine and a one-year license suspension for seriously injuring or killing a person while illegally passing a school bus.
Richard Mecham is charged with misdemeanor reckless driving for a crash that injured dozens of students in April.
Of the 12,047 buses inspected by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 10,871 are found to have no defects.
Stop-arm awareness efforts at the local level, combined with a national push, will go a long way in making sure that all motorists know what to do when they come to a stopped school bus.
After a loaded logging truck failed to stop for a school bus in Alberta, the local transportation director took a powerful message to the mill’s contracted drivers.