This year the event will take place at the Detroit Zoo on Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014.
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.
More teenagers are just saying no to alcohol.
Michigan MADD Executive Director Dr. Sherry McGee said her group believes any higher limit could be dangerous — and this is truly a “no brainer.”
There’s new evidence that devices that keep drunken drivers from starting their cars are effective.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving isencouraging Metro Detroit motorists to tie a red ribbon on their vehicles to remind people not to drink and drive during this holiday season.
WWJ’s Ron Dewey talks about the annual Walk Like MADD event to raise money and awareness of the fight against drunk driving.