(Las Vegas)–Las Vegas police have a new way to fight crime with the touch of a finger. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department launched a new texting feature on Thursday so people can report suspicious […]
Henderson officers looking for drivers on cell phones
A bill before the Nevada Assembly would make it illegal for pedestrians to read, browse the internet or enter data with hand-held devices while crossing highways in the state.
When it comes to texting and driving, it can wait. That is the simple, yet vital message AT&T is sending drivers, particularly teens.
It could soon be illegal to text while driving in Nevada. The Senate on Saturday agreed to changes made by the Assembly to SB140.
An Assembly panel has approved a bill to ban drivers from texting or chatting on cell phones.
Lawmakers in Carson City discussed a pair of bills to combat distracted driving yesterday.
AT&T is ranked dead last in “Consumer Reports’” latest survey of cell phone service.
An overwhelming majority of Americans think driving and texting are a bad mix.
More and more states are getting on board with banning texting while driving.