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COSTA MESA — The call came at 3:16 a.m., directing him to get to the trauma center immediately. His daughter had been gravely injured in a car crash. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version should have included information that the...
William “Bill” Dewitt Talbert, 64, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., died Friday, Jan. 27, 2012, at his home while under the care of Hospice of the Panhandle. Born June 14, 1947, in Washington, D.C., he was the son of the late Roy Edward and Ruby...
ListieDo not get me started on drunk drivers! I furiously say to people who bring up the subject of driving drunk. They always ask, Why not? That is when I recount a day that changed my life forever. It was early October 1995. My first husband, our two...
Charles.Bassett@cw33.comSixteen year old Trevor Schor was killed by a drunken driver over the New Year’s holiday in 2007. His parents are now on the frontline in the fight against drunken driving. "This is something we feel like we can help and make people understand...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgAbout a dozen police officers — usually the first to come upon the carnage left by drunken drivers — stood by their cruisers Wednesday in a show of solidarity against what they call "a preventable crime." With December National Drunk and...
Baltimore County has had two murder-suicides, homicides within families and among longtime friends, and an increase in suicides in the past few months. And on Tuesday evening, officers defused a hostage situation on the 12th floor of a high rise. The...
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STERLING, Mich. (AP) - A northern Michigan woman whose son died under tons of corn is making silo safety her cause. Tommy Osier was close to finishing his junior year of high school last May when he was buried by corn while shoveling it at a cement silo...
New Year's Eve used to be considered one of the most dangerous nights of the year for motorists because of the high number of people drinking and driving. But, increased vigilance by law enforcement and tougher penalties on violators are chipping away at...
Mothers Against Drunk Driving says lack of free rides on New Years Eve is no excuse for drunk drivingReporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefNew Year's Eve falls on a weekend this year, and that could lead to heavier partying and a greater danger on the highway. Mothers Against Drunk Driving is issuing its annual warning to avoid hitting the road after drinking. The group is reminding...
Daily American Sunday EditorThe holiday season can be a quiet one for local law enforcement officials. However, local departments are ramping up for New Year's Eve with an eye toward catching partygoers drinking and driving to ring in the new year. In fact, even those hosting...
I read with interest the article shaming Somerset County for its DUI problem. It is time that a little perspective be brought to this matter. There are approximately 1.3 million people a year convicted of DUI. Almost none of them openly protest what...
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