Dozens of teenagers from Allegheny County competed in a safe driving competition Tuesday.
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.
A bill proposed in the West Virginia House of Delegates would require three separate drug tests before teenagers could get a driver’s license.
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.
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