Judge Recusal Hearing Held For "Affluenza" Teen Ethan CouchThe teen whose lawyers used an “affulenza” defense during his Intoxication Manslaughter trial was back in court today. Attorneys for Ethan Couch filed a motion to have his juvenile probation judge removed.
MADDMADD is launching its 'Power or Parents' campaign, designed to help parents feel more confident about talking with their children about the dangers of underage drinking and why they should never ride with a drinking driver.
Preparing For & Keeping Safe When You Hit The Road This July 4thSome 3.1 million Texans are predicted to travel this holiday weekend and 2.6 million of them will drive to their destination.
Woman Charged Over Texas Police Officer Traffic DeathA Houston-area woman has been accused of driving drunk and causing a two-vehicle crash that killed a Pearland police officer.
Wrong-Way Driver On DNT Hit Several Cars, Charged With DWIA woman is under arrest on suspicion of DWI after driving the wrong way on Dallas North Tollway and smashing into several cars Sunday night.
Affluenza Teen To Serve 720 Days In The Tarrant County JailEthan Couch made his first appearance in adult court. During the hearing, before District Judge Wayne Salvant, Couch learned that he will remain behind bars for the next 720 days -- nearly two years.
Car Hits Tree - Driver Keeps DrivingVideo shows the vehicle driving through town with the tree stuck in the car's grill.
'Affluenza' Teen's Case Will Move To Adult CourtIt was decision day for 'affluenza' teen Ethan Couch, and the judge decided to move his probation to adult court after his next birthday. Prosecutors had been pushing for this hearing for months.
MADD Says Car Devices Stopped 1.77 Million Drunk DriversCar-locking systems have stopped more than 1.77 million people from driving drunk since states first passed laws requiring offenders to install them in 1999, MADD said in a report on the devices nationwide.
Ethan Couch Will Stay In Juvenile Detention, For NowThe 'affluenza' teen Ethan Couch woke up in North Texas on Friday after spending nearly two months on the run and in custody in Mexico. He was in court, where a judge decided that he should stay in juvenile detention, at least for now.
Texas Officials Working To Get "Affluenza" Teen Back To The U.S.The question today is -- what’s next for Ethan Couch? It was less than 12 hours ago when the so-called “affluenza” teen was detained in Mexico.
DA Investigating Video Allegedly Showing "Affluenza" Teen PartyingThe Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office is looking into a video posted to Twitter, allegedly showing North Texas "affluenza" teen Ethan Couch, at a party with several people playing beer pong.