Drinking And Driving
Law enforcement across Colorado will be targeting drunk drivers over the Labor Day holiday weekend.
The Colorado State Patrol is stepping up DUI enforcement across the state for St. Patrick’s Day.
There’s an effort to change Colorado’s law in cases where a driver kills or seriously injures someone. Right now many times the driver is just sentenced to probation. That may soon change.
A Montrose prosecutor is on paid administrative leave following his arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.
The National Transportation Safety Board wants to decrease the drunk driving limit from .08 to .05.
The National Transportation Safety Board says thousands of lives would be saved if states lower the blood alcohol limit from the current .08 to .05.
This year’s Super Bowl weekend DUI arrests across Colorado were higher than any other Super Bowl weekend since the statewide DUI enforcement was introduced in 2009.
Welcoming in a new year is synonymous with parties and having a good time, but being a responsible partier should also be a part of that good time.
The city of Fort Collins is considering providing late-night transportation for people who have been drinking.
The Colorado Department of Transportation announced that there were 435 drivers suspected of drinking and driving over Thanksgiving week.