Science and Sobriety: There are many behaviors and habits we’ve developed and continue despite studies having proven that they have adverse health complications - from smoking cigarettes and drinking too much coffee, to the overconsumption of processed food and skimping on exercise.
- Life vs. Liquor: The average Alaskan would give up four years of their life to keep drinking alcohol, survey reveals
- DWI investigations: Officers can enhance their interdiction skills starting with ‘vehicle in motion’ observations
Nearly 40 years ago the anti-drunk driving organization known as Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) was formed with the goal to stop drunk driving.
TOPEKA – The to-go cocktails and longer liquor store hours adopted in Kansas during the pandemic could live on after the virus threat has passed.
Two restaurant relief measures have cleared the California State Senate and Assembly with bi-partisan support. The bills were both enrolled on September 13, 2021, and now await Governor Newsom’s signature.
- Life vs. Liquor: The average Illinoisan would give up three years of their life to keep drinking alcohol, survey reveals
The survey discovered that nearly a third (30%) of respondents admit they ignore frequent studies that warn of the health risks of alcohol...the average Illinoisan drinker would even be willing to give up three years of their life if it meant they could continue to drink!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s decision to allow open containers of alcohol in vehicles forces the state to divert millions of federal dollars intended for road construction to safety programs, according to a public radio report.
SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) – A bill from a Bay Area lawmaker extending to-go cocktail sales, which have become a way to help bars and restaurants struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic, is heading to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk.
If you feel like you’ve been drinking more alcohol during the past year’s COVID-19 pandemic, the state of Wisconsin has the tax receipts to prove it.
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Two bills making alcohol more accessible to customers in the state of Texas go into effect Wednesday.
ATLANTA (AP) — A new grant will be used to train Georgia law enforcement officers to draw blood from drivers suspected of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, state officials said.