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February 13, 2014

Bus driver conviction upheld in deadly Va. crash

The 2011 accident that Kin Yiu Cheung was involved in killed four riders. The Virginia Court of Appeals rejected his claims that prosecutors did not prove he demonstrated reckless disregard for human life, saying there was substantial evidence that Cheung knew he was in no condition to drive.


November 26, 2013

Calif. high-speed rail funding in doubt after court ruling

A Sacramento judge on Monday ordered the state to draft a new budget for California's multibillion dollar bullet train project and prove there's enough money to finish the job before it is started.


December 7, 2012

Coach driver in N.Y. crash found not guilty of manslaughter

Ophadell Williams, the tour bus driver in a New York collision that killed 15 people last year, was acquitted of manslaughter and negligent homicide. He was found guilty on one count of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.


November 9, 2012

Bus driver convicted in Va. crash

Sky Express coach driver Kin Yiu Cheung received four counts of involuntary manslaughter in a crash last year that killed four and injured dozens. Crash survivors told the judge that Cheung’s erratic driving lasted for an hour before he nodded off at the wheel and lost control of the bus.


August 28, 2012

Honolulu halts light rail construction

Last week, the Hawaii Supreme Court ruled that state and city officials should not proceed with construction on the rail project until it completed an archaeological study of the entire 20-mile route.


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