Two bus drivers in the Stanwood, Wash., School District have quit their jobs and one mother has left her job so she can drive her children to school amid reports that there are antifreeze fumes on school buses.

Because of lower-than-expected use of its buses, the school district could lose thousands of dollars in state transportation funding.

Parents in the community and some bus drivers are worried that headaches, nose bleeds, and...

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