The start of the holiday season means lots of holiday parties. Sadly, that typically results in more people drinking and driving. Thursday night, families affected by drunk drivers joined together for Maryland Remembers.
Montgomery County Police charged 13 drivers with driving under the influence as part of the department’s holiday season enforcement effort.
A Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and other offenses relating to a police chase through Carroll and Frederick counties.
Drowsy driving is dangerous driving, and according to a new report, more drivers are doing it.
D.C. schools officials say they’ve fired a school bus driver charged with driving under the influence of alcohol after police say his bus was left in the middle of a Capitol Hill street with three children and an aide aboard.
A Frederick man has pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence in the death of a homeless man he hit.
A trucker is killed by a hit and run driver as he stands next to his vehicle on I-95. It is a painful remember how dangerous the shoulder of the road can be.
Maryland’s highest court rules on deadly DUIs. Bars that serve intoxicated customers are not at fault for what happens on the road.
Simulators bring drunk driving to life for a group of Maryland teens.
Less than a year after he killed a Howard County man, a drunk driver may soon walk free. Now the friends and family of the victim, 22-year-old Matthew Cheswick, are coming together to keep his killer behind bars.
The former civil rights director for Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler is turning himself in to serve 10 days in jail for violating his probation in a 2010 drunken driving case.
Washington County prosecutors say the family of a Waynesboro, Pa., man killed by a drunken driver has asked that he serve less than two weeks in jail.