A man and woman were critically injured when they were hit by a driver police say was drunk and texting behind the wheel.
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.