Gov. Eric Holcomb announces $380,000 in grant funding for increased traffic enforcement near school bus stops across the state and a judge requires stop-arm runners in one county to appear in court.
The drivers and aides allegedly submitted false accident injury claims totaling $426,933. They reportedly used medical records supplied by fellow participants and shared the personal information of about 11 children.
Gerald Douglas Rupple of California is sentenced to 210 days in jail after failing to disclose a medical condition that caused him to pass out and crash a bus with students on board.
The Pennsylvania students adorn the bus with posters and garlands and wear blue in support of K-9 officer Ozi and the rest of the officers.
The Idaho State Department of Education’s public service announcement asks motorists to be engaged and "watch for school buses as they pick up and drop off kids.”
An 11-year-old girl was waiting for her bus when a vehicle pulled up and a woman exited. Police say the woman yelled at the girl to get in the vehicle.
Reports indicate that the truck hit another vehicle, veered into opposing traffic, and collided with the bus. School bus driver Sarah Slovinsky is remembered fondly by a transportation director and others.
Warren Nostrom is charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shootings of his estranged wife and one other person at the Cumberland County School District bus garage.
Police find that the school bus driver failed to stop at a stop sign before colliding with a pickup truck. Three students sustain serious injuries.
Officials say two cars were shooting at each other, and one apparently missed the other car and hit the bus. One student is injured by debris.
Home surveillance video shows a 7-year-old New Hampshire boy nearly getting hit by a car as he crosses the road to board his stopped school bus.
After a threat is called in, the driver pulls over, and a bomb squad clears the bus. Massachusetts police say a student will be charged.
Marilena Monroy of Connecticut is arrested after reportedly leaving her bus while a 17-year-old who is nonverbal and a 16-year-old with autism were still on board.