You Might Be Reading This While Driving -- And That's Not Good; Distracted Drivers Are Increasing ProblemA CHP study this year found at least 12.8 percent of California drivers use their cellphones while driving.
Following Public Outcry, AMC Says They Have Dropped Idea To Allow Texting During Movies"Not today, not tomorrow and not in the foreseeable future," wrote Adam Aron, AMC CEO.
Soon You'll Be Able To Use Your Cellphone In Movie TheatersAMC Theaters reportedly wants to allow people to text and use their phones during movies.
San Bernardino Police Pose As Homeless To Nab Drivers On Their PhonesPolice in San Bernardino are taking an unusual approach to stop the potentially deadly habit.
SUV Slams Into Sheriff's Deputy's Car After Crashing Into Stopped VehicleThe SUV driver, 26 year-old Bruno Carvalho Alcantara of Los Angeles, was allegedly texting at the time of the collision.
Caught On Video: Driver Rams Motorcyclist Over Apparent Texting AltercationPolice are investigating a hit-and-run crash involving a motorcycle that may have been fueled by a driver texting behind the wheel.
Viral Photo Shows Man So Distracted By Cellphone That He Misses Massive Whales Just Feet AwayAn Instagram photo of an unidentified man on a boat distracted by his phone is going viral because of what he fails to notice in the background.
New Radar 'Gun' Could Aid Police In Catching People Who Text While DrivingMakers say the gun is sensitive enough to determine if it's the driver or passenger who is texting.
San Francisco Man Creates Website To Expose Texting Drivers A San Francisco man hopes a little humiliation will make drivers put down their phones.
No Hands-Free Texting For Teen Drivers Under BillTeenage drivers in California would be banned from texting while driving even if they use hands-free methods under a bill headed to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Pasadena Police To Crack Down On Motorists Texting While DrivingPasadena police Monday will crackdown on drivers who are texting or operating a handheld cellphone behind the wheel.
Study: 'Distracted Walking' Injuries Triple The city of Los Angeles is still one of the most dangerous cities in which to walk and talk or text, according to a new study.

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