Budweiser, Lyft Team Up to Offer 150,000 Free RidesPeople in 9 states, including Illinois and Missouri, are eligible for the promotion.
New York Restaurant Has 1 Drink Max For Parents With KidsA New York restaurant refuses to serve a second alcoholic beverage to parents eating with their kids with the hope of cutting down on drunk driving.
Chesterfield Police Share Shocking Wrong-Way Accident Photos as WarningThe Chesterfield Police Department posted photos of the severe accident on its Facebook page, "to stress the seriousness of what can happen if you drink and drive."
Traffic Fatalities Climbing in Missouri and Illinois"This is the worst year that we've had since 2007, and it's the largest two year increase in fatalities in over 50 years."
This Chip Bag Can Tell When You've Been DrinkingSound too good to be true? It's not, thanks to Tostitos, Mother's Against Drunk Driving and Uber.
Police: Drunken Man Struck Sister With His CarA St. Louis man is accused of striking his younger sister with his car after getting drunk.
Suspected Drunk Driver Hits Emergency ResponderSt. Louis Fire Department firefighter said to be in serious, but stable condition after Friday's roadside incident
New Research: Drivers Need to Get More Sleep"If we've earned only four or five hours of sleep in a night, the odds of you getting into a car crash are the same as driving legally drunk due to alcohol," according to Nelson.
Mistrial in Former Pine Lawn Police Officer's Assault CaseProsecutors say Steven Blakeney, 36, was off-duty as a Pine Lawn officer when he beckoned three women to his unmarked police car.
Drunk-Driving Offender Faces 30 Years in PrisonHe had five previous DUI convictions when he was pulled over again in November of 2009.
2 Children Die in 5-Vehicle Crash in Suburban Kansas CityA Missouri man is charged with second-degree murder for the deaths of two children in a vehicle he struck from behind on Interstate 70 near Kansas City.
Drunken Driver Who Caused Death of Illinois Couple SentencedRynders had been drinking and smoking marijuana. His blood-alcohol level was 0.2 percent, almost three times the legal limit.