No one likes to get a traffic ticket, much less spend any time or money taking care of it. That’s why there are new businesses popping up around the country that say they’ll handle everything for you.
A new approach by some police departments is saving officers time and money, and saving some drivers from a trip to jail! The new way of taking care of outstanding warrants is making life easier for a lot of North Texans.
The driver of a truck responsible for the death of a 16-year old student at Northwest High School has been issued a traffic ticket.
A North Texas woman was handcuffed, stripped down and booked into jail – all because of an overdue traffic ticket. She lost the ticket and didn’t pay it right away. Despite those missteps, she also says she never expected a late fee or penalty to land her in jail.
The sound of the siren. The lights in your mirror. You know the feeling …and you know what’s next.
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.
If you are avoiding paying a ticket in Dallas, then you are part of what the city sees as a multimillion dollar problem. Of the $43 million worth of fines and ticket charges handed out last year, only $13 million was collected.
Driving through Sunnyvale it’s hard to miss the orange cones. Construction projects are well underway and the town is proud of it’s recent growth, but it’s still a small town.
More people are wearing seatbelts and fewer are driving drunk, but speeding continues to be a problem on roads and highways in Texas and across the nation.
Today is a good day to think back and try to remember if you have an unpaid traffic ticket, because tomorrow is the sixth annual Texas warrant roundup.
A traffic stop six years ago has turned into a major legal headache for a Northeast Texas Mother, but she didn’t even get the ticket.
A Dallas County Sheriff’s Deputy is being considered for one of his department’s highest awards after a daring rescue caught on video.