Mothers Against Drunk Driving is the nation’s largest nonprofit working to protect families from drunk driving and underage drinking. MADD chapters in South Florida have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars in annual events like “Walk Like MADD” and “MADD Dash”. More than one thousand people are expected at MADD’s signature walk early next month in downtown Fort Lauderdale. We focus on efforts end drunk driving in a conversation with a woman who became active in a local MADD chapter after her father was killed by a drunk driver.
Just days after suspected wrong way drunk driver Kayla Mendoza was arrested and charged with DUI Manslaughter and several other charges in the deaths of Marisa Catronio and Kaitlyn Ferrante, CBS 4 News is learning new information about Mendoza’s actions the night before the crash.
A veteran Miami-Dade Police officer has been relieved of pay after detectives say he was driving drunk last Saturday night when his white GMC truck hit a shopping cart with two children inside it.
The Florida program aimed at keeping impaired drivers off the road is ensnarled in legal challenges, a bidding war and criticism from vendors who say the state isn’t doing what it should to keep drunks from getting behind the wheel.
A trial date has been set for the man accused in the DUI hit and run crash that killed 13-year-old Kaely Camacho.
Super Bowl weekend and drinking usually go hand in hand but it’s important you don’t have too much to drink and then try to drive home. That’s why the AAA Auto Club has teamed up with Bud Light for their “Tow to Go” program in an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road this weekend.
The 20-year-old woman who allegedly killed two Coral Springs women while driving the wrong way on a South Florida expressway last November was driving at nearly twice the legal blood alcohol limit, according to a Florida Highway Patrol search warrant filed Tuesday.
Federal officials are calling for stricter guidelines to prevent intoxicated drivers from getting behind the wheel.
In an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road over the holidays, the AAA Auto Club has teamed up with Bud Light for their ‘Tow to Go’ program which offers a confidential ride home and tow – both free of charge.
In an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the AAA Auto Club has teamed up with Bud Light for their ‘Tow to Go’ program which offers a confidential ride home and tow – both free of charge.