The Twin Falls Sheriff's Office caught several Twin Falls drivers speeding passed stopped school busses with their stop signs up. Not only is that dangerous but it is illegal and can get you in some serious hot water.
A former Idaho school bus driver has pleaded guilty to inattentive driving after crashing a bus that rolled over and injured more than a dozen students in April. KBOI-TV reports that 67-year-old Richard Mecham was sentenced last week to a year of unsupervised probation and a $300 fine.
Paramedics flew the driver of a car that hit a school bus to a Pocatello hospital Friday morning. The Cassia County Sheriff's Office said just before 8 a.m., a car driven by Juan Gonzales Mireles, 39, traveled eastbound on 400 South and ran a stop sign, striking a head start school bus heading southbound on State Highway 27 in Heyburn.
FROM IDAHO STATE POLICE: On June 23, 2017, at approximately 2:20 p.m., Idaho State Police investigated a non-injury crash on Interstate 15 in a construction zone at milepost 77, north of Pocatello, ID.