A man was arrested in Scotts Valley Friday after allegedly sending sexually explicit text messages to a high school student, according to police.
The city of San Jose is urging residents to commit to safe driving practices by putting down their cellphones and other electronic devices while on the road…
A new texting program will aim to help homeless teens find shelter in the greater San Francisco area.
California drivers will be allowed to text when they’re behind the wheel of a car, as long as they’re using a hands-free device, and with some restrictions.
Nielsen research shows the average teen sends more than 3,000 texts a month. So what better way to reach them with an important message about health? That’s exactly what this week’s Jefferson Award winner is doing.
The Office of Traffic Safety is hoping technology will put an end to the dangerous practice of distracted driving.
A bill up for debate in the California Senate Transportation Committee would make bike riders subject to fines similar to those imposed on drivers who are caught using a mobile device behind the wheel.
A new study shows that more than 90 percent of third-graders are already online, and 20 percent have their own cell phones. By middle school, over 90 percent have phones, which they use to go online and to text.
The study by two Stanford professors found that the amount of media multitasking correlated negatively with their social success.
Federal accident investigators on Tuesday recommended all 50 states ban the use of cell phones and other electronic devices by all drivers except in emergencies.