Kansas drunk driving laws require a first offender to install an ignition interlock, but a new law may ease up that restriction.
There's no reason to give any repeat drunk driving offenders, no matter what state they are in, a easy pass after they've driven drunk. This is proof.
The courts handed down probationary sentences in more than 3,000 cases of drunk-driving during five days of the New Year holiday period.
The CDOT drunk driving campaign features real Colorado DUI offenders telling their stories. They've lost everything, and they want you to know it.
In 1982 "E.T". was one of the year's biggest movie hits. Did you know the alien has advice on drunk driving?
There's a lot going on in Minnesota drunk driving, from a Supreme Court challenge to a mail carrier so drunk she fell out of her delivery truck.
If you're arrested for drunk driving, you might wonder about those abbreviations in the police report. Here's a handy guide we hope you never have to use.
We were really hoping that Uber would cut down drunk driving. A new study says it didn't work. The good news is, other measures do.
All states take part in the fight against drunk driving, and Arizona is one that's really jumping in and trying to stop people from drinking and driving.
Sweden has worked out a solution to drunk driving, starting with tough laws.
You can be arrested for drunk driving if you blow .08 or over into a breathalyzer, but what would happen if the BAC was changed to .05?
Saskatchewan drunk driving laws have changed to reflect a new requirement for zero tolerance, and now a teen driver will have to pay the price.
New Mexico has the highest rate of drunk driving deaths in the country, and one naked woman in the state narrowly missed becoming a DUI statistic recently.
Saskatchewan drunk driving is a huge problem, and despite harsh new laws, the police are asking the public's help to call in drunk drivers.
Drunk driving is the cause of another crash, and this time an 8 year old boy is in serious condition. A driver is going to jail.
If you're worried about drunk driving accidents, don't be. They never happen. Drunk driving crashes, all the time. Accidents, no.
A DUI in Oklahoma will cost, and not just because you'll pay fines, license reinstatement fees, and legal fees. The overall cost is more than you'd think.
If one man can drive under the influence "hundreds of times" then Wisconsin drunk driving laws aren't up to the job. Ignition interlocks would help.
Drunk driving penalty compliance can be a tough thing for courts to monitor, but Santa Barbara County just got a grant to help them do just that.
If you receive a drunk driving charge with your kids in the car, you could open the door to issues with Children's Aid and more problems down the road.
If our roads are safer today than they were 40 years ago, the credit goes to the mothers who fought, and still fight, against drunk driving.
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