I can't believe I've only just heard about this one today (from ktvn channel 2):
So right now all we know is that this is a car vs. bike collision.....but based on the description, "Investigators say both bike and car were traveling the same direction on Pine Nut Road. The driver was making a right turn onto another road when the right rear of his vehicle struck the bike.", this is a classic case of the right hook move. Meaning a driver passes a cyclist and then proceeds to execute a right turn directly across the path of the cyclist. If this is a correct description, the judge should be up for a very real penalty!
Here's a slightly better article from the Record - Courier: