Get Marty: Pa. Senator Looking To Change Law For Reporting Bad DriversA state lawmaker is taking action after PennDOT revoked a local woman's driver's license based on someone else's phone call.
Get Marty: Baffled Woman Seeks Change To Obscure Law After Driver’s License TroubleA Pittsburgh woman reached out to Get Marty with a problem that will require a law change.
Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Stop PennDOT From Selling Personal InformationA state lawmaker has taken up an effort in Harrisburg to stop PennDOT from selling people’s personal information to third parties for profit.
Man Acquitted In Assault Of Steelers’ Lineman Arrested For Violating ProbationOne of the men acquitted last year in the assault of Pittsburgh Steelers’ lineman Mike Adams was arrested in Beaver County Thursday evening.
Driver’s License Examiner Waives Preliminary Hearing In Bribe CaseA driver’s license examiner accused of taking money from people wanting to pass their driving test was in court Wednesday.
Driver's License Examiner Accused Of Passing Drivers For MoneyIf you want to get a driver’s license, normally you go to the center, take the test, pass and get your license.
Ohio Woman's Sentence Includes Christmases In JailA central Ohio judge has ordered a woman to spend the next five Christmases in jail as part of her sentence for issuing state ID cards and driver's licenses to immigrants who entered the country illegally.
Allegheny County Teens Take Part In Safe Driving CompetitionDozens of teenagers from Allegheny County competed in a safe driving competition Tuesday.
Judge Rules Man’s 14th And 15th DUI Sentences Too Harsh An appeals court says a man must be resentenced for what prosecutors say are his 14th and 15th drunken driving convictions because the seven- to 15-year prison sentence he received in 2011 was too harsh.
W. Va. Bill Would Require 3 Drug Tests For Teenage DriversA bill proposed in the West Virginia House of Delegates would require three separate drug tests before teenagers could get a driver's license.
Protestors March Against PA Voter ID Law Protesters chanted “ID law, poll tax” outside the Downtown driver license center, just as Mary Hefferan, of Homewood, who does not drive, got an ID. Beginning this fall, the following photo ID's with an expiration date on them will work at the polls.