The NTSB has proposed to states to lower the blood-alcohol content in drunk driving incidents. Marty can’t seem to figure out why people would argue against this?
If the National Transportation Safety Board or NTSB has its way, the legal standard for drunk driving will be cut from the current 0.08 level to 0.05.
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo was arrested in the wee hours of Tuesday morning for driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.22. Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo will make his scheduled start Thursday against the San Francisco Giants.
A Pittsburgh mayoral candidate who was arrested on DUI charges last week is scheduled to be in court on Wednesday.
State police say they plan to file charges against a woman following a fiery crash, in which a vehicle fell into a ditch and then overturned, on Route 28 in Harmar Township early this morning.
Pittsburgh mayoral candidate A.J. Richardson was arrested for DUI early Wednesday morning.
This St. Patrick’s Day weekend, PennDOT and state police are teaming up to look for drunk drivers.
A judge has ruled that a woman charged in connection with a deadly crash in Stowe Township late last year will stand trial. While she awaits trial, she is no longer allowed to drive.
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.
DUI charges could be filed after an accident in Pittsburgh’s Lincoln-Lemington neighborhood Tuesday night.
You’ve had a big night out and find yourself inching along with a sobriety checkpoint straight ahead. But if Pennsylvania State Police are doing the testing, troopers will only be using blood sampling and no breathalyzers.
A man was arrested Friday night after fleeing police while driving a stolen car.
A Pennsylvania lawyer has filed a request to throw out breath testing for alcohol in the state, just a week after a judge ruled the tests aren’t accurate for analyzing alcohol in the blood.
A member of the Allegheny County Council has been cited for allegedly driving under the influence. Robert Macey, who represents West Mifflin and much of the Mon Valley, crashed in Venango County this weekend.
An Allegheny County councilman says he is “deeply remorseful and ashamed” over a recent drunk driving arrest.