Drinking and Driving
Police across Michigan begin a weeklong campaign Sunday to get drunk drivers off the roads during upcoming holiday.
A judge says state Rep. Bob Genetski, who is facing a drunken driving case, may use a vehicle for the next year under certain circumstances.
The City of Royal Oak is a hot spot on any given weekend night, with all the pubs and bars and places to hang out.
Hundreds of bars and restaurants in Michigan will be serving drinks on “technically advanced” coasters that will help motorists easily find a safe, sober ride home.
An attorney for state Representative Bob Genetski has waived the lawmaker’s arraignment on a drunken driving charge.
The Michigan State Police’s Office of Highway Safety Planning reports alcohol related traffic accidents have dropped 38% in the past decade.
Adults drank too much and got behind the wheel about 112 million times in 2010—that is almost 300,000 incidents of drinking and driving each day—according to a CDC Vital Signs study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
State police are sending a message to people who are thinking about getting behind the wheel after they’ve been drinking: We’re coming after you.
The Oakland County Sheriff pumps up patrols on St. Patrick’s Day – keeping an eye out for drunk drivers.
Three Oakland County judges will talk with teens and parents Tuesday night about drinking, in hopes of preventing them from ending up in their courtrooms.