Jesus Ortiz-Licea, 14, left, works on a graffiti drawing with his little brother Hector Ortiz, 9, right, at their home in Castalia. Hector was at home when his big brother Jesus was hit by a car passing his school bus last year in front of their house. New laws are increasing penalties for crimes involving cars passing school buses.
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Jesus Ortiz-Licea, 14, left, works on a graffiti drawing with his little brother Hector Ortiz, 9, right, at their home in Castalia. Hector was at home when his big brother Jesus was hit by a car passing his school bus last year in front of their house. New laws are increasing penalties for crimes involving cars passing school buses.

Offenders face tougher penalties

By Brie Handgraaf

Staff Writer

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What led a Castalia man to pass a stopped school bus in February is unclear, but the ramifications of his actions are lasting for the young teenager who was struck, as well as the boy’s family.

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Why is anybody catching a

Why is anybody catching a school bus at 6:20 am????

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