When people think of driving under the influence, they typically think of a motor vehicle. It makes sense. We read about DUIs or listen to stories of them on the news and they almost always involve a car, truck or motorcycle. It is for that reason that some have found the news of a buggy
On August 12, about 250 homes receiving electricity through Georgia Power may have woken up in the dark. A car crashed into a pole near Eisenhower Parkway. According to reports, Garret Head, 23, of Macon, was driving on Houston Avenue just before 12:30 a.m. He swerved to avoid a vehicle that had crossed the center
The personal-finance site, WalletHub, conducted a study recently, comparing driving under the influence in America by looking at states side-by-side. The researchers looked at a variety of factors, including minimum jail sentences and fines to the requirement of treatment programs as part of sentencing. After tallying the numbers, WalletHub ranked the states in terms of
Celebrities are typically recognized for a role they play or a song they sing. The type of attention they seek is positive. Unfortunately, being in the spotlight means that making a mistake can put them in the news for the wrong reasons. Such is the case with soap opera actress Jensen Buchanan, known for her
A mother in Roswell, Melissa Rae Tomesh, was arrested early Friday morning after officers discovered that she had passed out in her running car. The 35-year-old woman was located on Barrington Drive after a concerned citizen called the police to report the car. As officers approached the vehicle, they noticed that it was indeed running.
People often wonder what happens if a police officer suspects them of driving under the influence of alcohol but they pass a breathalyzer or blood test. Alphonse Taylor, offensive lineman for the University of Alabama, has found himself in just this situation and his story is making the news. According to reports, Taylor was arrested
Most people know that choosing a designated driver before they head out on the town is a good way to avoid a DUI in Atlanta. It not only helps you get home safely, but it saves you from having to pay for alternate transportation. Few get excited at the prospect of being the designated driver,
According to national statistics, about one-third of the more than 30,000 traffic fatalities that occur on America’s roadways each year are alcohol-related. A preventable death occurs once every 53 minutes. Because these fatalities, and other accidents that involve injury and property damage, are preventable, people consistently look for ways that drunk driving can be deterred.
Earlier last week, Paul Wiedefeld, a man you have probably never heard of, made waves among DC Council members and owners of local businesses. Why? Because Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s general manager suggested that the rail system be closed earlier on weekends so that the track could be properly maintained and other repairs could