Lot of holiday parties on your calendar? That means lots of friends, fun, laughter, eating and....yes, for most, drinking. The ability and privilege to drive is often taken for granted, until we lose it because of too much fun at a party one night. Don't create a statistic or BE one, because law enforcement officers are out looking for those wanting to give up their driver's license in exchan
Thanksgiving weekend is traditionally one of the biggest travel weekends of the year. If you were out on the roads this past weekend, you may have noticed extra law enforcement patrolling the streets and highways looking to keep things safe for everyone. Personally, on my way out of town to see family, I noticed half a dozen Minnesota State Troopers in a few-mile stretch of I-35. Several of these
Montana Republican Congressman Alan Hale is apparently courting a new (and hopefully small) group of voters: drunk drivers.
Yep, this week, Hale actually argued against a new House Bill that according to the Missoulian would allow courts in Montana to "look back to impaired driving offenses up to 10 years old when someone is being punished for a drunk-driving charge, a change from the current