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.
Hun Joon “Paul” Lee’s family is awarded the settlement for the death of their son, who was left in a hot school bus for several hours in California in 2015.
Kari Hoglund Kounkel shares the details and lessons learned from an accident in Minnesota in 1997 that killed three students and a truck driver.
Autopsy results show that the truck driver who allegedly caused a fatal crash with a school bus and a car in March had the drug in his system, authorities say.
Under a bill signed by the governor, new school bus drivers in Tennessee will have to be at least 25 years old. The bill also mandates state standards for driver and manager training.
Rep. JoAnne Favors removes her proposed bill, which would require that school buses be equipped with a “restraint system,” from consideration for the rest of the year due to lack of committee support.
John Camfield of Florida is arrested after reportedly driving into a group of students while allegedly being under the influence of alcohol, killing one of them.
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 Cameron Mayhew Act, named for a 16-year-old who was killed last year, targets drivers who cause serious injury or death while committing a school bus stop-arm violation.
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 agency releases a preliminary report with a few new details, including confirmation that the driver had been in two school bus crashes since the start of the school year.
Three of the children were fatally struck by school buses, while one student was killed by a passing vehicle.
U.S. representatives from Tennessee and Maryland cite concerns from recent high-profile school bus crashes in their states.