Drinking and Driving
At a house party or family gathering, make sure you never let anyone walk out the door if their sobriety is at all in question.
Here’s one holiday tradition we could all do without: Drunk driving.
More teenagers are just saying no to alcohol.
Channel 4 reporter Kevin Dietz has been lodged in the Oakland County jail after being convicted of violating Michigan’s “super drunk” driving law.
The bills approved unanimously Wednesday would keep the legal limit for drivers’ blood-alcohol content at 0.08 percent. The limit is set to revert back to 0.10 percent in October because of a sunset provision in current state law.
Police say a 47-year-old woman who was driving recklessly with her 9-year-old son in the vehicle registered a blood alcohol content nearly five times the legal limit.
A 44-year-old Rochester Hills woman whose driver’s license has been suspended 24 times is now facing a drunk driving charge.
Michigan boaters and snowmobilers would be held to the same drunken driving standards as drivers under new legislation introduced in the state House.
A convicted drunk driver who bragged to police about the number of times he got away is behind bars after leading a high-speed chase Downriver.
Luck may belong to the Irish, but it won’t help Michigan motorists who don’t designate a sober driver over the next few weeks.