Driving Under The Influence
MARKHAM | Before receiving a six-year prison sentence Tuesday for a 2011 fatal car crash, longtime Lynwood official Roy Valle sought forgiveness.
MARKHAM | Former Lynwood Village Clerk Roy Valle's attorney wants his client's medical records to be considered as he and the Cook County state’s attorney’s office negotiate a plea agreement over charges Valle faces in a 2011 fatal DUI crash.
CROWN POINT | Northwest Indiana residents unexpectedly found themselves giving breath, saliva and blood samples as well as answers about their personal lives last weekend for a federal survey on impaired driving.
Alcohol and water don't mix well, at least when the water isn't in a glass. Yet drunken boating continues to be a problem.
One of the National Transportation Safety Board's recommendations for decreasing the number of traffic fatalities seems dead on arrival in the Indiana General Assembly. But that shouldn't stop the state from following up on another suggestion.
LAPORTE | A 60-year-old Westville man could be looking at prison time after being charged with his second drunk driving offense within the past four months.
GARY | A Hammond woman gave herself an unwelcome birthday present early Saturday, running her car into the rear of a semi after a night of drinking and earning a drunken driving charge, police said.
Two men were allegedly drunk when they were injured in separate weekend motorcycle crashes in LaPorte County.
VALPARAISO | Michigan City resident Sandra Everly told the court Tuesday she did not want to climb behind the wheel of her car drunk on the night of Aug. 20, 2010.
CEDAR LAKE | Four days before their prom, juniors and seniors at Hanover Central High School heard a first-hand account about how bad decisions can turn a party into a tragedy.
Maybe Michael Temores is a good argument for a regional public transportation system.
JOLIET, Ill. | A new criminal trial for a Steger man found guilty of an auto crash that killed his girlfriend's 5-year-old son will not occur anytime soon.
JOLIET | Calumet City District 155 School Superintendent Troy Paraday was sentenced to four years of probation Wednesday after pleading guilty to aggravated driving under the influence in a 2008 Homer Glen car crash.
In Lake County, the numbers show, drunken driving offenses are not taken as seriously as they should.
The sentencing for a Calumet City school superintendent who pleaded guilty late last year to a charge of aggravated driving under the influence is continued to Sept. 27.
A region union official has avoided a drunken driving case by pleading guilty to reckless driving, Lake County court records show.
BURNS HARBOR | A Portage man is being held without bond after allegedly running over a woman and dragging her under a car for more than a mile to her death, police said.
CROWN POINT | A region union official and member of a city commission faces charges of drunken driving and endangering a person following his arrest earlier this week.
CHESTERTON | Indiana State Police arrested six people and issued four citations during a sobriety checkpoint Friday on Indian Boundary Road just west of Ind. 49.
A sentencing hearing for the superintendent of Calumet City School District 155, charged with felony aggravated driving under the influence, has been continued to June 8, a spokesman for the Will County state's attorney's office said.
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