Scorching Houston Heat Claims 3-Year-Old Boy Left in Day Care Van

Scorching heat in Houston last week claimed the life of a 3-year-old boy who was somehow left in a day care van for an estimated four hours. Who is to blame has not been officially determined, but video may be available that could provide helpful details, police said.

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Baron Debuts Real-Time Weather Monitoring for Transportation Dept.

HUNTSVILLE AL — Baron, the worldwide provider of critical weather intelligence, has released a new product offering specifically designed for Department of Transportation services across the U.S. The solution will provide a single comprehensive source for the display and monitoring of current and forecasted weather conditions.

Delaware School Bus Slams into Ditch & Overturns

In what could have been a far more serious crash, two high school students were lucky to escape with only minor injuries from a school bus that crashed into a ditch and overturned today in rainy Middletown, Delaware.

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2018 Hurricane Season Better than 2017

While weather models show that a normal to above-normal Atlantic hurricane season is likely, according to the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), student transporters along the U.S. coasts might receive something of a reprieve from last year’s storms.

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Erupting Hawaiian Volcano Disrupts Schools

Eruptions and fissures near the Kilauea Volcano produced conditions resulting in governmental alerts, school closures and school bus route modifications on the Big Island.

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Tornado Preparedness for School Bus Drivers

March 2, 2012 quickly became a more hectic day than usual for Henryville, Indiana school bus driver Angel Perry. Two super-cells, thunderstorms with rotation and a prolonged updraft, bore down on the town located 20 miles north of Louisville, Ky. One of the storms had a history of tornados.

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