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.
The Virginia-based dealer marks its 50th anniversary with a new service center that features bus maintenance facilities with 12 full-size service bays, parts warehousing, and a body repair shop.
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.
Investigators find that the school bus driver pulled in front of the police car. The officer reportedly couldn’t avoid a collision and struck the side of the bus.
In Virginia, citations for stop-arm violations can now be mailed to owners of vehicles involved in the incidents. A previous law required them to be delivered in person.
Chesterfield County Public Schools’ five area offices for transportation plan to tweet as soon as possible if a bus is running late by 15 minutes or more.
The CIA inadvertently leaves a benign explosive training material in the engine compartment of a Loudoun County (Va.) Public Schools bus, and safely recovers it. No students are harmed.
The driver is charged with misdemeanor assault for an altercation on a Newport News (Va.) Public Schools bus. A district spokeswoman says that surveillance video shows wrongdoing on both sides.
The North Carolina motorist who allegedly hit a school bus had just been involved in a hit-and-run accident, and was charged with a DUI. No students were aboard the bus at the time.
Two drivers were allegedly assaulted by students on their buses and taken to the hospital in separate incidents. One of the drivers was trying to break up a fight.
A 15-year-old boy safely exited a Richmond (Va.) Public Schools bus, but was struck by a car while crossing the street with other students after the bus pulled away, district officials say. He was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Richmond (Va.) Public Schools will now take students directly to after-school programs instead of transporting them to a different school to wait for another bus after a second bus fails to arrive and strands three students.
New legislation would clarify that police can issue citations by mail instead of having to deliver them in person, after Falls Church and Arlington County had stopped issuing citations in October.