A new tool is being used to catch drivers speeding past stopped school buses.
A bill now heading to the governor's desk, would allow districts to install stop-arm cameras.
As we first reported, they're already in use at Sand Springs.
Anytime the flashing red stop sign comes out, they start recording both directions.
If a driver is caught going around a bus, the fine would be at least $100.
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