The latest push to ban texting while driving in Texas could set off another showdown at the Capitol. Texas is one of less than a dozen states where texting while driving remains legal.
Everybody knows that texting while driving is dangerous. Now, there is a new statewide push to get people to put the phone down while sitting behind the wheel.
The House Transportation Committee will hear testimony on Tuesday from people who lost relatives to traffic accidents that involved distracted driving.
One of the newer smartphone options, designed to make driving safer, may not actually help.
What you may have suspected is now confirmed. You may be a cell phone addict. That’s not a good thing.
The Frisco Police Department announced the launch of tip411, an internet-based tool that allows the public to anonymously text tips to police.
Jamie Nash doesn’t remember the text, but her terror was caught on tape when she crashed her car near Ennis two years ago.
Volunteering AT&T employes went to Richardson High School Wednesday to introduce junior and senior students to the It Can Wait no texting campaign, that includes emotional filmed testimonials.
AT&T is leading a nationwide push to stop the deadly habit of texting while driving. The company hopes to spread one key message to drivers tempted by their phones: it can wait.
AT&T launched a campaign to persuade customers to give up texting and driving. The wireless provider is calling on drivers, particularly teens, to take a pledge to stop what they call the “dangerous practice” of texting while driving.
According to a new study, one-fourth of teens admitted to having sent a sext, and 76.2 percent of teens who were asked to send a sext admitted to having had sexual intercourse.
A North Texas woman has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for texting images of child pornography.