A New Jersey man accused of drunken driving six times over six weeks is losing his license for 33 years.
Chris discusses the latest controversy about Mitt Romney’s tax returns and President Obama’s appearance on a sports talk radio show in Columbus Ohio. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the Phillies moves at the trade deadline.
A 54-year-old father and family man was sentenced on Friday to five to ten years in prison for a horrific drunk driving crash that killed a man and threatened the lives of nearly a dozen people in early 2012.
Pennsylvania State Police say they’ve suspended a trooper who was driving drunk in his marked police cruiser.
Howard Christy, II has been charged with vehicular homicide, DUI and related offenses.
Forty-five-year old Anderson Sotomayor has been arrested for driving while intoxicated four times in the last month. What’s more shocking he still has his driver’s license.
Andrew Vargas, 22, was drunk when he slammed into 9-year-old Ryan White after a Phillies-Giants game in San Francisco last summer. Ryan is still suffering from his injuries and has another surgery scheduled for Friday.
42-year-old Mary Dalton was sentenced to five years in prison on Thursday for the drunk driving death of bicyclist a year and a half ago.
A community stunned by the loss of a young woman whose life was cut short by a drunk driver is continuing a fundraising event in her honor.
If you have not done it already you should talk to your teens about the consequences of distracted driving.
Daniel Stocklin and his mother offered apologies to the family of the victim, 39-year-old Cecilia Harrop, before sentence was imposed as part of his guilty plea to vehicular homicide.
Police and road-safety advocates are trying to drive home a simple holiday message: don’t drive drunk.
Chris analyzes the President’s speech on the draw down of troops in Afghanistan with CBS Military Analyst Jeff McCausland and plays the audio of a pilot suspended for broadcasting his conversation to all the air traffic controllers and other pilots.
Melanie Cantwell was just 24 when she was killed in a drunk driving accident in Shamong Township in 2008.
In addition to family fun and get togethers, Memorial Day weekend also means needless alcohol related motor vehicle accidents — tragic accidents that don’t have to occur.