Dallas County Schools
Some Dallas County Schools bus drivers complain a DART rail crossing in Richardson is hazardous because of built-in blind spots.
Motorists in the city of Dallas who drive through school bus stop-arm warnings will soon have to dig into their pockets to pay for the infraction.
Dallas County Schools has been sued by a former bus monitor who says he was fired after accidentally urinating on himself.
According to Texas law, drivers must come to a complete stop when they see a school bus with its red lights flashing. New technology will now make it easier to catch those violating the law in Dallas County.
Dallas County Schools, the agency that runs the school buses transporting students to and from class, wants to create its own police force. The goal of the agency? To crack down on drivers running past stopped buses.
An update on a story first reported Monday on KRLD NewsRadio 1080, Irving police will not be filing charges against a school bus driver who admits to driving the wrong way on a highway frontage road.
An Irving bus driver faces disciplinary action after he admits driving the wrong way to avoid a backup on TX-183 Monday morning.
A lot of North Texas school districts fighting budget shortfalls are enthusiastically getting on board with a plan to sell ads on the side of buses.