For the first time, Tarrant County law enforcement agencies will be implementing a “No Refusal” drinking and driving campaign during Super Bowl Sunday.
Country music star Randy Travis is scheduled to appear in a North Texas court, where prosecutors said that he is expected to plead guilty to driving while intoxicated.
Country music star Randy Travis is expected to enter a guilty plea this week in a drunken-driving case in North Texas, where he was arrested over the summer naked after crashing his Pontiac Trans Am.
Grapevine Police have released the results of Jay Ratliff’s blood alcohol test, which show that the Dallas Cowboy had a BAC of .16, or twice the legal limit when arrested on suspicion of DWI.
The Houston Police Officer’s Union has adopted a cab program aimed at curbing drunk driving among police officers. The program was inspired by a similar program in place in Dallas.
Deputies arrested a man on DWI charges shortly after midnight on Jan. 4. But the man was not alone. His 5-year-old daughter was found unrestrained inside the vehicle.
While it was a busy holiday season for the DUI enforcement unit of the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department, the most significant number reported may be zero. There were no drunk driving fatalities recorded in Dallas County during the holiday special enforcement period.
It appears a prominent push to keep drunk drivers off the roads, as the New Year rang in, may be paying off. While the final numbers aren’t in, some North Texas departments say their officers didn’t see a big increase in New Year’s intoxicated drivers.
The beginning of the New Year’s holiday weekend in North Texas, also jumpstarts a crack down on drunk drivers.
Law enforcement officials across the state want you to treat yourself to a Holiday P.A.S.S. TxDOT is encouraging that everyone have a Person Appointed to Stay Sober this holiday season.
Advocates for sobriety checkpoints in Texas are aiming to convince state lawmakers next year to crack down harder on drunk drivers.
With one Dallas Cowboys player dead and another facing criminal charges, recent events in North Texas are reminding many about the dangers of drinking and driving. Experts say the Cowboys tragedy could become a ‘teachable’ moment.