| October 14 2014 - Study exposes bias in transportation system design|
America's streets are designed and evaluated with a an inherent bias toward the needs of motor vehicles, ignoring those of bicyclists, pedestrians, and public transit users, according to a new study co-authored by Wesley Marshall of the University of Colorado Denver.
| October 10 2014 - Bus catches fire along Commonwealth|
Traffic along the southbound lane of Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City, early Wednesday morning was stalled for more than an hour after a passenger bus caught fire during rush hour, a fire official disclosed. Fire Supt. Jesus Fernandez, Quezon City Fire Marshall, disclosed that based on initial reports he received, the vehicular fire happened at about 8:17 a.m. Wednesday along Commonwealth Avenue ...
| October 09 2014 - No injuries in Longview bus wreck|
According to Longview police, the wreck happened on Clearwood Drive at Deerwood Drive, near Gilmer Road and West Marshall Avenue.
| October 19 2014 - City takes no action on GoBus termination|
After the citizens of Marshall spoke out against the intent to terminate public transportation service, GoBus, city commissioners chose to table any consideration on the agenda item at Thursday night’s commission meeting.
| October 14 2014 - Murder trial of Columbus mother and son begins|
According to the prosecution, it all started with a traffic stop that led to an armed bank robbery, witness tampering, and ultimately murder. After two days of waiting, opening statements began in the cold case murder trial of Columbus mother and son Daphne and Jamal Castille, and alleged accomplice Dantrell Marshall.
| October 14 2014 - After record rainfall, travelers return to BWI to find waterlogged vehicles|
Across region, homeowners and drivers turn to insurers after being caught off guard by storm After dragging his golf clubs and luggage off a shuttle bus in long-term parking near BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Wednesday afternoon, Leroy Donahue took several quick strides over to his shiny black Tesla Model S and peered through the window.
| October 14 2014 - Witness: School Bus Swerved to Avoid Colliding with Van|
A Hinds County school bus carrying at least nine students crashed Wednesday afternoon around 3. Jordan Marshall was on the school bus when it struck a tree, "I really wasn't thinking, I was thinking I lost my life because it went black and I closed my eyes and everything."According to officials on scene the bus was coming from Main Street Restart Center. The driver told officials she was ...
| October 13 2014 - Marshall Pharmacy open to serve community|
It's a new venture and a new service to the community. Marshall Health opened is own community pharmacy at its medical center. The Marshall Pharmacy is staffed by professional registered pharmacists and technicians. Director of Pharmacy Services, Brian Gallagher, says it's important especially in the transition from hospital to home."When people go home they've got their medications at home ...
| October 08 2014 - Caretaker Arrested For Elderly Abuse|
MARSHALL COUNTY, OK -- A Marshall County woman has been arrested for abuse after an elderly man in her care was found living in deplorable conditions. Christy Ann Heil was arrested after deputies got a tip of possible elderly abuse at a home in the Lost Akers area.
| October 07 2014 - OVRTA bus topples over in Mozart|
WTOV9.com MARSHALL COUNTY, W.Va. - An Ohio Valley Regional Transit bus got caught on side of road and toppled over into a field below just before 10:30 a.m. Thursday. There were no passengers on board but the driver and a trainee were taken to the hospital. ...
| October 04 2014 - Without a deal, bus workers' contract ends Wednesday night|
The union representing more than 500 Sun Tran workers shot down the latest deal offered to them by their employee Saturday night, according to Teamster Local Union 104 Principal Executive Officer Andy Marshall. He said Sunday afternoon that after negotiations have been going on for months, they’ll keep working on a deal during the final days before the current contract ends at 11:59 p.m. on ...
| October 01 2014 - Kids May Have Been Sprayed with Chemicals While Detasseling Corn|
MARSHALL COUNTY, Iowa — A local school bus driver is concerned after he says some of the kids he took to a field to detassel corn may have been exposed to chemicals. This past weekend, Kurt Bowermaster was hired by Monsanto to drive about two dozen teens from Newton to a field near Laurel to detassel corn. That’s when he first spotted a crop duster spraying an adjacent field. “We were like ...
| July 19 2014 - Police: Man shot while waiting at bus stop in Newport News|
e man was waiting at a bus stop at 79th Street and Marshall Avenue when someone in a green Ford SUV leaned out and fired three rounds A 38-year-old Newport News man was taken to a local hospital after being shot at a bus stop, police said.
| July 18 2014 - Relief Bus feeds homeless with Newlife volunteers|
MATTOON -- A fundraising event is planned from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at A Cut Above, 3320 Marshall Ave., in Mattoon. Stylist Laura Siles is donating the proceeds of offering $10 haircuts …
| June 26 2014 - How Important Are Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall to Georgia Really?|
With so much quarterback turnover in the SEC, it's fair to say that the running backs are going to drive the bus in 2014. Nowhere will that be more prevalent than in Athens, Georgia, where junior Todd Gurley is back at 100 percent and ready to pick up where he left off before an ankle injury suffered in late September hampered his campaign. Despite that, he managed to rush for 989 yards and 10 ...