Check out all the activities happening state-by-state during the crackdown period.
While alcohol-related fatalities are a frighteningly real statistic, the fact is that ignition interlock devices used as a preventive measure to keep hard core drunk drivers (HCDDs) from killing or seriously injuring others isn’t failsafe. […]
The breathalyzer — technically a brand name that, like Jello, Xerox, and Dumpster has gradually become genericized — was invented in the early 20th century for police purposes. But scientists have recently discovered a new […]
The Baltimore County police officer who heads their union is a suspect in a felony. Pulling his weapon and being intoxicated are just some of the allegations.
A new Maryland state trooper is recounting a close call with a car while on a call on Interstate 95.
Two out-of-state men have been charged after one of them allegedly punched an Amtrak conductor during a stop in western Pennsylvania.
A Washington D.C. councilman questions whether a deputy attorney general was telling the truth during his trial for drunken driving.
Police in Delaware say a man broke into a house, got drunk and couldn’t make his way back outside — so he called 911 for help.
On the field he is protected by men twice his size, but on the streets Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knows he is as vulnerable as any of us to the deadly potential of a drunk driver.
Maryland State police say a trooper was hurt in a collision with a car whose driver has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.
Police say a Maryland man was so drunk after driving into a central Pennsylvania field that a farmer had to carry the handcuffed suspect out in the bucket of his tractor.
Maryland senators are backing a bill to require people convicted of drunken driving for the first time to install ignition locking devices in their vehicles.