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If you’re going to be out on the town Friday night, you’re urged to plan for having a sober ride. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is enforcing its largest-ever crack down on drunk driving Friday night into Saturday morning.
Every year, police arrest thousands of people on suspicion of drunk driving in Minnesota. The majority of those arrests happen on weekends and in the overnight hours.
Thousands of DWI cases could be tossed out because of a Supreme Court ruling.
A man faces criminal charges after allegedly crashing a scooter into a parked car and leaving the scene.
Sauk Rapids mayor Bradley Gunderson has pleaded guilty to driving drunk, crashing into garbage cans and getting stuck in a snow bank.
Officials say there was a slight rise in drunk driving arrests throughout Minnesota from last year over the St. Patrick’s Day holiday.
A 48-year-old Sauk Rapids man is accused of driving drunk, crashing into garbage cans and getting stuck in a snow bank, according to charges filed Friday in Benton County Court.
Extra law enforcement will be on patrol this weekend, as partygoers celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the Twin Cities.
The mayor of Sauk Rapids was arrested Sunday for driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages.
A 36-year-old man was arrested Saturday, after police say he was driving drunk with children in the car.
At least 300 people were arrested for DWI in Minnesota on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, according to preliminary DWI arrest information from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety.
We all know the dangers of drinking and driving. And yet every year on the holidays, we’re reminded to find a safe ride home.
Two Republican legislators say they’ll try again this session to overhaul Wisconsin’s drunken driving laws.
St. Paul police have arrested Dakota County District Judge Michael Vann Sovis on suspicion of drunken driving after smashing into three parked cars on Christmas Eve.