COEUR d'ALENE, Idaho - Drinking and driving remains one of the most common avoidable causes of death for Americans, thousands are killed each year as a result of DUI crashes.
Law enforcement works hard to find and arrest DUI drivers, often times using field sobriety tests.
But how do you
By AMANDA LEE MYERSAssociated Press
PHOENIX (AP) - As the word "guilty" filled the silence of a Phoenix courtroom, defendant Michael Marin closed his eyes, put his head in his hands and appeared to put something in his mouth. He then took a swig from a sports bottle
By BARBARA ORTUTAYAP Technology Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - A scruffy, young Steve Jobs worked at Atari before he founded Apple. "Pong," one of the world's first video games, was born there, as was "Centipede," a classic from the era of quarter-guzzling arcade machines. "Call of
By PAUL ELIASAssociated Press
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - William Lynch testified Friday that he punched the priest he accuses of molesting him after memories of the alleged sexual abuse came flooding back across the decades and were so vivid that he felt threatened
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Florida A&M is looking for a new director of bands.
The university said Friday that it hopes to attract a new leader for its troubled band program by the end of the fall semester.
The school's famed "Marching 100
By MIKE HOUSEHOLDERAssociated Press
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (AP) - A 20-year-old man was charged Friday with beating and dragging a 4-year-old just weeks before the child's body was found under the porch of his mother's home in mid-Michigan.
By ZEINA KARAMAssociated Press
BEIRUT (AP) - Syrian troops bombarded a rebellious suburb of the nation's capital with tank and artillery shells Friday, killing dozens of people during a particularly bloody few days across the country, activists said.
By KYLE HIGHTOWERAssociated Press
SANFORD, Fla. (AP) - A bond hearing took more a tone of a trial Friday when both sides in the Trayvon Martin murder case presented what sounded like opening statements with the defense quizzing witnesses and trying to poke holes in the
By ANGELA K. BROWNAssociated Press
FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) - A military judge ruled Friday against delaying the trial of the Fort Hood shooting suspect, an Army psychiatrist who remains banned from the courtroom because his beard violates Army regulations.