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Are Teens Getting The Message About Drinking And Driving? [AUDIO]

Drinking and driving among teens in high school is down by more than half since 1991. That's according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control.

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$5 Million Targets Drunk Driving Prevention in New Jersey

In an effort to reduce drunk driving and make safety improvements to New Jersey highways, U.S. Senators Frank Lautenberg and Robert Menendez today announced nearly $5 million in federal funding that will go towards four grants that will do just that.

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NJ Bill Cracks Down On Drunk Drivers With Kids In The Car [AUDIO]

Driving while drunk is essentially like being behind the wheel of a loaded gun that can kill in a split second.

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Atlantic County Official Pleads Guilty to 2nd DUI Charge

For the second time in two years, Atlantic County Surrogate James Curcio has pleaded guilty to drunken driving charges.

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Drunk Driving Charge Added in Millville Cop’s Death

Authorities in Cumberland County say a man already charged with vehicular homicide and other offenses was driving drunk when he caused a crash that killed a police officer.

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Drunk Driving Crackdown Starts Today

The annual "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" drunk driving mobilization begins this weekend in New Jersey.

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“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Starts Today [AUDIO]

With the help of more than $750,000, law enforcement agencies across New Jersey are taking part in the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign. It launches today and runs through Labor Day, September 3.

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Vineland Man Facing Multiple DUI Charges Freed on Bail

A southern New Jersey man who was charged with drunken driving five times during a five-week period has been freed after spending more than a month in jail.

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Vote on Permits for DUI Offenders Delayed

The Senate Judiciary Committee has delayed a vote on a measure that would let convicted drunken drivers in New Jersey to get restricted driving permits for work-related purposes.

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Repeat DUI Offenses Could Turn Criminal [AUDIO]

A measure scheduled to be considered today by the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee would criminalize repeat drunk driving offenses in certain cases.

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