The 9-year-old Iowa girl goes missing after she is dropped off at home instead of at her daycare provider. She leaves the vacant house and walks a mile to a store.
The new bus, called the Minotrek, can carry up to 20 passengers and is available with a diesel or gasoline engine.
The new buses for Livingston Parish Public Schools will replace buses that were lost during a flood in 2016.
The co-owner of Lakeview Bus Lines has expanded his business as well as a handful of other small contractors, and has been instrumental in improving transportation for students in wheelchairs.
The smart fleet management technology supplier’s downloadable list is designed to help California pupil transporters ensure full compliance with a law requiring child-check reminder alarm systems on school buses.
Ted Quatman of Maryland donates his $500 early retirement incentive to Harford County Public Schools' autism program after driving for nine years.
Peter Pizzuto of New Hampshire allegedly uses a seat belt to restrain the wrists of a student in a wheelchair. He is charged with four counts of simple assault and one count of false imprisonment.
The acquisition will help Q'Straint and Adapt Solutions provide accessible wheelchair solutions to those with limited mobility.
Juanita Tappin of Florida is reportedly shown on bus video hitting several special-needs students and adults with disabilities. She is charged with eight counts of abuse against a child and an adult.
The Type A school bus manufacturer's G5 can now accommodate 36 passengers. Those equipped with wheelchair lifts have room for six passengers with wheelchairs and three additional passengers.
Ten-year-old Lillian Waldron, who, her mother says, is developmentally delayed and nonverbal, gets off the school bus crying after being bitten multiple times by another student on the bus.
The Virginia aide allegedly grabs and punches a 12-year-old boy to restrain him on three separate occasions, and the bus driver is accused of failing to intervene or alert school officials.
The driver tells police that the bus's brakes had failed after starting the bus from a stop, causing the bus to sideswipe another vehicle and crash into the lawn of a home.
The transportation company teams up with Spokane Public Schools to roll out new propane-powered school buses that will be used to service the district’s special-needs bus routes.
The bus driver shouts at the parent of the 5-year-old special-needs student and beeps the bus’s horn to prevent them from crossing the street when an SUV speeds past the bus.