It’s dangerous, potentially deadly and not to mention, illegal. Yet, some teens are still texting behind the wheel.
Mike Pintek joined a group of Ambridge High School students to break down some of the latest issues in the news.
New analysis from AAA shows that the Pittsburgh Metro area ranks second in the state of Pennsylvania for texting-while-driving citations.
Texting has become the connection of choice for a generation, direct, instant and seen by the person it’s intended for.
Speak directly to experts from Ford, Westfield Insurance and the Pennsylvania State Police about new driving laws, texting ban, teen driving laws, etc.
Busy Monday and unable to catch that interview you were waiting to hear on the KDKA Afternoon News? Well, here’s a recap of the show.
There’s no doubt texting is a quick and easy way to communicate, but it’s also potentially deadly when done behind the wheel. The obvious dangers prompted state lawmakers to create a law banning drivers from texting while operating a motor vehicle.
Reports of a ban on texting and walking in a town in New Jersey turned out not to be true, but it’s clearly a hot button issue.
When it comes to texting behind the wheel, we’ve heard the dangers again and again, but apparently the warnings are not sinking in. A new poll shows young drivers are not putting down their phones
A former Connellsville High School math teacher, accused of inappropriately texting a student, appeared in a Fayette County court Thursday.
There is now a ban on texting while driving in Pennsylvania. The new law went into effect at midnight, and today, we are learning more about how and when police will enforce it.
Put your cell phone away when you get behind the wheel. A statewide ban on texting while driving is now in effect, carrying a $50 fine. The new law went into effect at midnight Thursday.
At midnight Thursday, it becomes illegal to text and drive in Pennsylvania. That includes phones, computers and other devices. And it’s not just texting but also using the internet, emailing and other messaging.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Carnegie Police Chief Jeff Harbin about the new ban on texting while driving.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Dr Tom Muzzinigro about how handheld devices are causing serious health issues.
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