Extra officers are expected to be on the roads and highways Wednesday night in search of impaired drivers.
Nineteen motorists were killed in traffic accidents on freeways throughout the state over the Memorial Day weekend, with three of them dying in Los Angeles County, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Officers across Southern California are expected to be out in full force this St. Patrick’s Day.
The Los Angeles Police Department will be stepping up patrols for impaired drivers over the upcoming New Year’s Eve holiday.
The Automobile Club of Southern California Thursday will offer free rides to intoxicated drivers during the Fourth of July holiday.
Two construction workers were killed on the 405 freeway Sunday after two alleged drunken drivers slammed into the crew.
Law enforcement officers around the county Thursday will begin patrolling to look for drunk drivers in the days leading up to Super Bowl Sunday.
Although Super Bowl Sunday may be a time to celebrate, law enforcement officers want to remind revelers to not drink and drive.
Law enforcement officers across the region will be out in full force on Super Bowl Sunday, looking for drunk drivers.
Police in Huntington Beach will not be posting the mug shots of habitual drunken drivers on Facebook after all.