A 9-year-old girl and 6-year-old boy were hit by a school bus this morning. Both have been hospitalized.
Six Kokomo city buses burned in a fire Tuesday night, causing possible delays for Wednesday morning.
The Times of Northwest Indiana reported in April that some districts may face driver shortages because of state rules. But does that explain MCCSC's shortage?
Indianapolis-area legislators are holding hearings to evaluate possible improvements for mass transit.
The Kokomo-Center Consolidated School Corporation says the system will help it better track the buses and encourage students to do more homework.
Numbers from Ball State University show the state's bus ridership could more than double in the next 20 years.
County Clerk Kim Wilson says she hopes for more transportation options, but says placing vote centers won't necessarily depend on it.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation board approved to move unused funds from the 2011 budget, but the corporation is still short.
Franklin Township's school board voted to stop busing fees after outcries from parents.
The issue was brought to light when Franklin Township schools tried to charge parents for busing services.