Technology is giving workers more options than ever when it comes to wasting time while on the clock.
For the second time in three days, a texting driver has injured a Massachusetts police officer, officials say.
The habit could be leading to a whole new set of aches and pains.
Secret codes are becoming more complex, and more crude.
A Massachusetts appeals court has set aside a $1.2 million jury award and ordered a new trial in a lawsuit stemming from a 2009 subway trolley crash in Boston.
Massachusetts State Police are launching a crackdown on distracted driving, particularly texting while driving.
A criminal investigation is also being conducted by the Walpole Police Department.
In the wake of two tragic Christmas week deaths, the Amherst, New Hampshire Fire Department has started a new online pledge.
People driving commercial vehicles in New Hampshire could lose their licenses for writing text messages from behind the wheel.
A Mount Vernon man told police he was texting while driving when he struck and killed the former Amherst fire chief.