| October 21 2014 - Endless sun, warmâ€¦|
At least four college students are dead after their bus was hit by a semi-truck Friday night south of Oklahoma City. The North Central Texas College softball team was returning to the college when a semi-trailer reportedly crossed the median and crashed into the bus.
| October 21 2014 - Texas Association of Business Bus Tour Stops in Corpus Christi|
The Texas Association of Business joined local business leaders Tuesday at Water Street Seafood Co. to outline TAB's 2015 Jobs Agenda, a series of priorities for the 2015 legislative session that are important to the state's economic growth.
| October 21 2014 - Semi collides with college women's softball team's bus in Oklahoma, killing 4 team members|
Wrecker drivers pull the trailer of a semi from a ravine at the scene of a fatality accident just south of the Turner Falls area on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 in Davis, Okla. Four members of a Texas college softball team died after a tractor trailer crossed over the center median on Interstate 35 and collided with the team's bus Friday night.
| October 21 2014 - Leander Bus Driver Arrested For Suspicion Of Drunk Driving|
LEANDER, Texas (AP) -- Central Texas authorities say a bus driver has been arrested on suspicion of driving drunk while children were on board. The Leander Independent School District says the bus was transporting kids home from River Ridge Elementary School yesterday. ...
| October 20 2014 - Officials warn drivers to be cautious during School Bus Safety Week|
TYLER (KYTX)- In conjunction with National School Bus Safety Week (Oct. 20-24), the Texas Department of Public Safety is reminding drivers that it is illegal to pass any school bus that is stopped and operating a visual signal â€“ either flashing red lights or a stop sign. During this time, DPS Highway Patrol troopers will be on the lookout for drivers who disregard the law.
| October 18 2014 - An immigrant family from Guatemalaâ€™s tearful reunion in S.F.|
A husband held in Texas by immigration officials for nine months with a dozen men packed in a cell only slightly larger than a minivan was reunited with his wife and daughter Friday in the driveway of a Greyhound bus station in San Francisco. There were tears and hugs and endless smiles, heavenward glances and many kisses. The young couple wanted to join their relatives, so they hopped on a bus ...
| October 17 2014 - Preliminary report on softball bus crash released|
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) â€” The National Transportation Safety Board has released a preliminary report on a crash in Oklahoma that killed four members of the North Central Texas College softball team.
| October 17 2014 - Sheriff: Texas bus driver faces DUI charge|
LEANDER, Texas (AP) â€” Central Texas authorities say a bus driver has been arrested on suspicion of driving drunk while children were onboard. Leander Independent School District spokeswoman Veronica Sopher tells KXAN-TV (http://bit.ly/1sWzPKm ) the bus was transporting kids home from River Ridge Elementary School on Thursday. Fifth grader Sasha Young says the driver was acting erratic and also ...
| October 16 2014 - NPR: Ebola Might Make Chocolate Expensive (While Killing Lots Of People)|
Yeesh. Lotta scary Ebola news these days. Between the situation in Africa seemingly spiraling beyond anyone's control , a botched containment job at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, and exposed people breaking quarantine to go strolling around New Jersey, presumably barfing Ebola blood on school bus door handles, there's lots to be stressed about, terrifying-African-hemorrhagic-fever-pandemic ...
| October 16 2014 - 4 dead in college softball bus crash|
A tractor-trailer crossed a southern Oklahoma highway median and plowed into the side of a Texas college softball team's bus, killing four women on the team and injuring more than a dozen others, authorities said.
| October 15 2014 - Interview: Jeb Bush and son, George P. Bush|
ABILENE â€” Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush spent Tuesday campaigning for his son, George P. Bush, a candidate for Texas Land Commissioner. Here's an excerpt of their interview with The Associated Press.