- Tennessee editorial roundup Updated: Dec-03-13 4:28 pm
- Greenville may ban cellphones from drivers' hands Updated: Dec-03-13 11:52 am
- Kanawha schools could revisit teacher dress code Updated: Nov-28-13 12:53 pm
- NY troopers in big SUVs peer in on texting drivers Updated: Nov-25-13 2:21 am
- Lawyer drops appeal in NJ texting case Updated: Nov-21-13 8:23 am
- Jackson weighs ban on cellphone use while driving Updated: Nov-20-13 9:59 am
- Court says former law ambiguous on texting Updated: Nov-08-13 1:55 pm
- Click to celebrate, but consider doing it on delay Updated: Nov-05-13 9:46 pm
Recent editorials from Tennessee newspapers:
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - Greenville is considering a ban on any use of a cellphone in a driver's hand.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The Kanawha County school board could soon take on a controversial issue it hasn't touched in more than a decade: a district-wide dress code for teachers.
MOUNT PLEASANT, New York - Even for a state trooper, it's not easy to spot drivers who are texting. Their smartphones are down on their laps, not at their ears. And they're probably not moving their lips.
MORRSITOWN, New Jersey - The lawyer for a Florida couple has dropped an appeal of a New Jersey texting while driving ruling.
JACKSON, Wyoming - The Jackson Town Council is considering a ban on cellphone conversations while driving that could start in mid-December.
JUNEAU, Alaska - The Alaska Court of Appeals has found a former law was ambiguous with regard to whether it banned text messaging while driving.
NEW YORK - It's so easy to share all that holiday fun in an instant: One click and you can cover Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and all your other social media accounts. Two seconds later, everyone who wasn't included will know about it, too.