Orange County police hit the bars Saturday night in two beach communities in an effort to educate people on the dangers of drinking and driving.
Criminal charges were filed Wednesday against a Los Angeles man who police say drunkenly rear-ended a minivan, knocking it into a crowd of people looking at Christmas lights in Alhambra.
The department Monday posted their version of “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” to YouTube in an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road.
Former Murrieta Mayor Alan Long is facing new legal troubles in the wake of the alleged DUI crash that left four teens injured last month.
Joseph Mario Rodriguez, 18, is accused of crashing his car into two parked cars on northbound Santa Fe Avenue and Tenth Street at approximately 6:15 a.m.
A 66-year-old motorist has been charged in connection with drunken driving rampage through Palos Verdes in 2013, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
California Highway Patrol officers announced Thursday that they will be out in full force patrolling the roadways for the Fourth of July weekend.
Enoch Clark is charged with using excessive force against motorist Monique Hernandez during a traffic stop in February 2012 that led to her drunk driving arrest.
A San Bernardino man whose home has been the site of four car crashes in two years is pleading with the city to stop speeding drivers on his street.
Police said the man refused their directions and also taunted them.
A funeral was held Tuesday for a former child actor who was struck and killed by an alleged drunk driver in Woodland Hills.
You have a better chance of being killed by a drunk driver than you do being shot.
Through a fractured jaw 18-year-old Catherine Munoz is sharing a cautionary tale about drinking and driving.
Murder charges were filed Monday against a convicted drunk driver who allegedly crashed a car into a Mission Viejo home, killing a man as he slept in his bed.
Earlier this month, an audit at the Orange County Crime Lab found mistakes in alcohol readings involving hundreds of drunk driving cases. Now more blood-alcohol test errors have been discovered at Orange County’s crime lab.