The state of Rhode Island has decided to take texting and driving penalties to a new level – license suspension. The Ocean State’s General Assembly has added driver’s license suspension to its possible punishments for drivers who are caught texting while behind the wheel. The change means that traffic tribunal judges can now substitute license […]
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We’re used to hearing about drunk driving accidents. But we’re not as familiar with morning drunk driving. Most of us expect people to be sober by the time we’re back on the roads in the AM. However, that’s not always the case. Take the case of Morgan F. Williams. Williams was on SR-520, headed to […]
Chances are, you drive by a school at some point during your daily commute. You see the signs telling you to slow down, but the question is, do you? Some drivers near Olympic View Elementary in North Seattle learned to after a speed camera was installed at the school this past winter. After it was […]
16-year-old Anthony Cornstock was described as “an all-around amazing person.” Just a junior in high school, he had lots of friends and a likable personality. Which is why the community of Stanwood is struggling to deal with the loss of his life. Cornstock was one of six teenagers in a car crash that happened over […]
Bicycling is a fun, healthy summer activity that the whole family can join in on.
It’s extremely important to check your mirrors before backing up your vehicle. But taking one extra step is a good idea as well. Yesterday afternoon, a man in Concrete, Washington ran over a 1-year-old boy with his Nissan Maxima. The 36-year-old was reportedly leaving a parking stall when he backed over the young boy. He […]
The Washington State Senate has rejected a transportation plan totaling $10 billion, leaving the Metro Transit system scrambling. The package would have helped to fund the Metro service, but despite efforts by Governor Jay Inslee to pass the plan, it failed after being approved by the House. The plan included a 10.5 cent increase in […]