Utah apparently will have the country’s toughest drunk driving law beginning Dec. 30 – and the National Transportation Safety Board is applauding it, saying that if it is followed in other states it could save the lives of at least 1,500 people a year.
Drinking can cloud your thinking, which may explain why a Farmington, Connecticut man came up with a pretty boneheaded idea.
Authorities say Daniel Vagnini beat himself up to prove to police he had been assaulted to get out of being charged with drunken driving last Saturday.
I love weird news stories, you know the kind of stories where people aren’t exactly the sharpest tool in the shed. I ran across this one while perusing newspapers from around this great nation of ours, and it made me chuckle.
Dateline: Portsmouth, New Hampshire...
Montana Republican Congressman Alan Hale is apparently courting a new (and hopefully small) group of voters: drunk drivers.
Yep, this week, Hale actually argued against a new House Bill that according to the Missoulian would allow courts in Montana to "look back to impaired driving offenses up to 10 years old when someone is being punished for a drunk-driving charge, a change from the current