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The wheels on the bus: Safety in school transportation

It is an event that parents fear with the start of each school year — a serious accident involving their child's bus. It happened Aug. 21 outside of Kansas City, Mo., as a school bus overturned on the way to a school event. As frightening as a school bus accident can...

source: Denise A. Valenti
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For anyone interested in cars, it was hard not to notice Michael Haas. The entrepreneur had secured a parking spot for his black Jaguar XK on one of Carmel, California's busiest streets at the height of Monterey Car Week. He staked out the space for 12 hours to attract...

source: USA Today

It was a tragic event that has helped spark a proposed solution to cross walk safety in Spokane. "I saw a car hit two babies and a mom and I saw the baby and her mom literally fly in the air," said Michelle Lee, witness. Five-year-old...

source: KXLY-TV

Dart across Washington Street once or twice, and you probably would not pick Boston as the nation's safest city for pedestrians. Study after study says it is, though: More people walk to work in Boston than just about anywhere, and the statistics showing that a dozen or...

source: The Boston Globe

Residents affected by a landslide in North Salt Lake received disappointing news . The city said it is not liable for the landslide and the damage it caused. City leaders said they could not have prevented it, nor could they have stopped it. However, neighbors have a very...

source: KSL-TV

Police in Washington state are asking the public to stop tweeting during shootings and manhunts to avoid accidentally telling the bad guys what officers are doing. The "TweetSmart" campaign was started in late July by a coalition of nine agencies, including the Washington...

source: The Associated Press via The Columbus Dispatch

Stevens Point officials will soon found out if they can upgrade a Wisconsin River seawall so they can redraw flood maps. The Stevens Point Journal Media reports the upgrade could spare more than 200 families thousands of dollars in flood insurance. City officials have...

source: The Associated Press via Claims Journal


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