The student from Konawa Public School District 67-1004 dies on the scene from multiple injuries after her school bus is hit head on by an alleged drunk driver.
An Oklahoma driver resigns and an aide is suspended after reportedly leaving a 7-year-old with a wheelchair who has cerebral palsy on a bus for over six hours and not reporting it.
Officials said the school bus was traveling from Norman, Oklahoma, to San Antonio, Texas, when the driver lost control. Several passengers on board sustained significant injuries.
The dealership’s Oklahoma and Illinois branches undergo training and improvements aimed at enhancing the customer experience.
Pam Thompson is recognized as the 2017-18 Oklahoma Special-Needs Bus Driver of the Year.
Katie Chapman of Oklahoma may lose her job for giving a ride to a woman and her dog with students on board. Chapman says she thought the woman might be in danger.
Edmond Public Schools consolidates some bus stops and cuts courtesy service to neighborhoods within 1 mile of a school.
National Bus Sales will cover six states as a distributor for the new Type A school bus manufacturer.
A store clerk reports the two high school basketball coaches for taking a school bus during a three-day camp on an alcohol free college campus to buy beer. High school officials fire them.
The OEM showcases its gasoline-powered CE Series demonstration unit at the Oklahoma Association for Pupil Transportation conference.
Brian Downing of Oklahoma ran a red light and crashed into a school bus in February and was cited. Three months later, he hits a special-needs school bus.
Ginger Maxville of Oklahoma realizes a 5-year-old student is choking, uses her CPR training, and performs the Heimlich maneuver on him, and he coughs up a penny.
NAFTC’s free, three-day training course will be offered in Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Oregon over the next few months.