The chief financial officer at Saint Ann’s Home and School in Methuen is out of a job.
Bradley believes the right to be wrong is more important to you than your own safety. Is he right?
There are several smart phone applications and other devices designed to keep drivers from dozing off while they are driving.
Massachusetts drivers are still sending and reading text messages, despite a statewide ban on texting behind the wheel.
Kids may be safest in cars when grandma or grandpa are driving instead of mom or dad, according to study results that even made the researchers do a double-take.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold talks about how the car has limited our exercise and even increased our eating.
The concept of hypermiling is making a comeback. Popular three or four years ago, hypermiling fell out of fashion when gas prices dropped.
Authorities have charged a Haverhill teen with motor vehicle homicide after the say he was texting and driving when he caused a fatal crash.
John in West Roxbury is curious if the new texting law is working. David Wade sets out to find out.
New Hampshire lawmakers are considering a bill that could ban drivers from using hand held cell phones in their car.