Texas troopers have increased their patrols in an effort to halt DWI-related crashes as drivers prepare for the long Labor Day holiday weekend.
A woman charged with two counts of vehicular manslaughter as well as one count of vehicular aggravated assault in a wrong-way car crash changed her plea on Thursday to guilty.
With concentrated efforts on DWI offenders during the extended 4th of July holiday weekend, Harris County Sheriff’s Officials arrested 29 drivers in the unincorporated areas of the county, including 11 repeat offenders.
A former Houston police officer, suspected of crashing into a northwest Harris County store and then driving away, made a court appearance on Monday for another case.
When it comes to street racing, the message from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office is one that is simple, poignant and sharp: Don’t.
A San Francisco 49ers player had two relatives killed after Sunday’s Super Bowl and a Houston woman has been charged with the accident.
The HCSO has a plain yet poignant message for those contemplating mixing holiday festivities with alcohol and getting behind the wheel: There is a zero tolerance for drinking and driving.
A Katy man is accused of stomping a neighbor’s dog to death. Richard Ziedler, 56, has been charged with cruelty to animals after allegedly killing a neighbor’s Chihuahua.
A police officer who served as chief of staff to Fort Worth Police Chief Jeff Halstead has been placed on “reduced status” following his arrest for driving while intoxicated.
A Guadalupe County man arrested for his eighth DWI has been sentenced to life in prison after being pulled over last February with a Blood Alcohol level equivalent to consuming 23.5 beers.