Nassau County is not the place to drive drunk this New Year’s holiday, County Executive Ed Mangano warned Tuesday.
A gas station attendant was killed by an alleged drunken driver this week, as he ran across a busy New Jersey highway to collect money from a customer.
“Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro says he’s “very disappointed” in himself for driving after having a drink in New York City last month.
A social service worker was sentenced to as many as three years in prison for plowing into and killing an Ossining judicial candidate while driving drunk.
Esaian Vazgen, 29, is accused of being drunk behind the wheel when he jumped the curb in Moonachie, N.J.
Documents obtained by CBS 2 show more than 40,000 convicted drivers — nearly three-quarters of offenders — still have not installed ignition interlock devices in their vehicles.
A woman was killed Wednesday when an allegedly drunken driver slammed into her vehicle on Route 21 in Passaic, N.J.
Dina Lohan was stopped by police on the Northern State Parkway on Sept. 12, 2013 for allegedly driving 77 mph in a 55 mph zone, according to police.
Jose Umanzor was driving a 2001 Honda Civic in a parking lot, located at 801 Crooked Hill Rd. in Brentwood, when he tried to make a U-turn and backed into an unoccupied, parked vehicle, police said.
An NYPD officer was arrested and charged with driving drunk early Saturday, reportedly after a crash in Queens.
Tampa officers reported Rodriguez was driving a red Mercedes the wrong direction on a one-way street. Tests determined his blood-alcohol to be 0.10 percent.
A chronic drunken driver has been sentenced to six years in prison, following his 12th arrest on Long Island this past fall.
A video recording shows the mayor of the Sullivan County municipality of Monticello in a heated confrontation after being arrested by his own police officers.
A Washington state man was allegedly driving drunk early Sunday, as he plowed over a lamp post, a street sign, a flood light, several bushes and a parking meter before finally being pulled over on the George Washington Bridge.
Convicted drunken drivers are too often lying about not owning cars to avoid having to use breath-test ignition systems to drive, Nassau County’s district attorney says.