Philadelphia police are investigating a road-rage incident in Northeast Philadelphia early Friday morning.
An act of road rage in Cherry Hill has led to the arrest of a motorist over the weekend.
A large percentage of adults actually text on the road to and from work. This is concerning because there is clearly an increased risk of accidents from the distraction.
A new study says there’s a rise in road rage – and it points the finger at on-the-job stress and workers are being asked to take on more responsibilities.
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Philadelphia police arrest a man who, in a fit of road rage, allegedly pulled out a crossbow and pointed it at another driver.
Gov. Chris Christie signed a law Friday that can get aggressive drivers up to five years in prison if their behavior behind the wheel causes a serious injury.
Road rage that leads to critical injury could soon land offenders in jail for a longer period of time in New Jersey.
“Take a deep breath. You don’t have to run over somebody or you don’t have to pull a gun. You don’t have to get out of your car and fight with somebody,” superintendent Michael Chitwood said.
Chris anaylzes the latest on the debate over the debt ceiling, discusses a restaurant that has banned kids under six, and reviews a lawsuit after a case of road rage.
As you sit in your car for yet another Monday Morning commute, a new study shows that your daily routine can become dangerous to your health and it has nothing to do with your chances of getting into a car accident.