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Arizona highway patrol officers, sheriff's deputies and other law enforcement officers arrested 582 people on suspicion of driving under the influence during the holiday weekend.
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Arizona's highway patrol officers, sheriff's deputies and other law enforcement officers arrested nearly 400 people on suspicion of driving under the influence over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
A man that drove 35 miles along multiple Phoenix freeways in the wrong-direction before crashing into a Mesa police officer had a blood alcohol level close to three times the legal limit.
Being drunk in public is not a crime, no matter what local officials may conclude, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
PHOENIX — A special task force is recommending tougher penalties on “johns” who patronize underage prostitutes. But several state lawmakers are not sure they can sell it to colleagues.
In the July 11th opinion piece, "Rosenstein: Should the legal BAC level be .05?", Craig Rosenstein wrote that most people only begin to be impaired to operate a motor vehicle at a BAC level of .08 and that there are no peer-reviewed studies supporting that impairment begins at lower levels. As the National Transportation Safety Board thoroughly laid out in our recent report, those statements are factually inaccurate.
Last month, the National Traffic Safety Board (NTSB) recommended that all 50 States adopt a cutoff of .05 Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) as the maximum percentage of blood alcohol that a person could have in their system and legally drive.
Arizona's statewide DUI enforcement efforts resulted in 367 DUI arrests during the recent holiday. More than 870 officers participated across the state, including the East Valley.
Voters who have seen how medical marijuana works in Arizona may get a chance to extend the ability to use the drug to all other adults.
Police cannot use the state's traffic laws to draw blood from suspected drunk drivers without a warrant absent their specific permission at the time of the test, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled last week.
The Mesa Police Department will participate in the East Valley Memorial Day DUI Task Force. This DUI Task Force is in cooperation with the Arizona Governor's Office of Highway Safety. A combination of DUI saturation patrols and a sobriety checkpoint will be used throughout the Memorial Day weekend, day and night. The command post will be spread out over various locations.
Dozens of St. Patrick's Day partiers were arrested Sunday during special DUI patrols in the East Valley.
A Mesa native was awarded the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility Junior Sailor of the Year award.
Texting and driving will cause an accident. Texting and walking or doing anything will cause accidents.
Razors in candy, drunk drivers, smashed pumpkins, kidnapping, burglary and drunken assaults are just some of the crimes most worry about as Halloween night creeps closer. Since there are often rises in crimes such as theft, assault and DUI, it is important for both adults and children to be alert and stay safe this year. Fortunately, most cases of crime have decreased in Tempe on Halloween within the last two years.
To Edward F. Murphy regarding his comment about the Mormon church being populated with hypocrites: I just wanted to let you know that not one of the members of the LDS church is perfect. In fact, that is true of every religion. I hope you are not that naive to think so. Like yourself we are tempted and make wrong decisions and mistakes. We are each individuals, free to make our own decisions hopefully trying to be better each day. I hope you would be doing the same. To accuse an entire religion of being “the epitome of hypocrites who populate... the Mormon church” is exactly what’s wrong with our society. Although I do not condone drunk driving in any way, I’m not sure what’s worse, driving drunk or judging others? And it doesn’t matter because all I need to worry about is me and being the best person I can be without belittling others since I am far from perfect myself. I guess what I’m saying is lets all try to be a positive contributor to society, since I’m sure we’ve all done hypocritical things in our life too. Especially when a family is grieving over the loss of a loved one and want to remember them in a positive way. You would want others to be kind if it was your loved one.
Arizona's new statewide photo radar system isn't generating anywhere near the cash that was touted as violators can't be identified and citations remain unpaid.
Bar and restaurant owners who have fought tougher drunken-driving laws because it's bad for business are now helping to fund a pilot program that might allow some of their patrons who drove there to buy more drinks.
DALLAS — The arrest of a United Airlines pilot this week for allegedly drinking too much before entering the cockpit is the latest in a series of incidents involving airline pilots and alcohol.
LONDON -- A graphic British public service announcement about the dangers of sending text messages while driving has become an Internet hit and sparked debate around the world.
HYANNIS PORT, Massachusetts — Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, the liberal lion of the Senate and haunted bearer of the Camelot torch after two of his brothers fell to assassins' bullets, has died at his home in Hyannis Port after battling a brain tumor. He was 77.
UNCASVILLE, Conn. — The Connecticut fans gave Diana Taurasi exactly what she wanted, and more importantly, what she needed at the WNBA All-Star game. The chance to move on.
Sarah Longwell: When most of us think of Memorial Day, we think of long weekends with our family, trips to the shore, and barbeques in the backyard. These days, however, a couple of beers with your macaroni salad could get you in serious trouble. That’s because over Memorial Day, sobriety checkpoints will be as ubiquitous as burnt hot dogs on the grill.
Congressional hearings on local immigration enforcement Thursday repeatedly focused on racial profiling allegations against the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.