Dozens Of Vehicles Crash On Foggy Texas InterstateA Texas Department of Public Safety spokesperson said no one was killed in the accidents Wednesday morning in Atascosa County near the community of Campbellton, about 50 miles south of San Antonio.
Electronic Driving Systems Don't Always Work, Tests ShowTesting by AAA shows that electronic driver assist systems on the road today may not keep vehicles in their lanes or spot stationary objects in time to avoid a crash.
Emergency Roadway Repairs Continues On Interstate-35EThe record rain and cold is causing the pavement to come apart on roadways in parts of North Texas.
Part Of I-35E Surface Separates In Carrollton; Potholes A Big Problem On I-820 In Fort WorthThat separation caused several bad crashes, even causing a police officer's car to be damaged in a crash.
Study: Adults Less Likely To Use Seat Belts In Back Seat Of CarsA new survey reveals more than a quarter of adults admit they don't always buckle up in the back seat.
Study Links Legalized Pot With Increase In Car Crash ClaimsA recent insurance study by the Highway Loss Data Institute links increased car crash claims to legalized recreational marijuana.
Freezing Rain Causes Crashes, Closures In Southern PlainsA thick glaze of ice covered roads from Oklahoma to southern Illinois on Friday amid a winter storm that caused numerous wrecks, forced cancellation of schools, grounded flights and prompted dire warnings for people to stay home.
Fiat Chrysler Gearshift Probe Finds 266 Crashes, 68 InjuriesA government investigation into confusing gear shifters like the one in the SUV that crushed and killed Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin found 266 crashes that injured 68 people.
Chain Reaction Crash Snarls Traffic On Highway 75One of the biggest problem spots Friday was in Collin County. A pile up there, along Highway 75, snarled traffic for hours. The crash happened just north of McKinney in the town of Melissa.
Even Police Needed Some Help In The IceMore traffic issues in Tarrant County Monday night as roads froze again.