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Kentucky: deadliest drunk driving crash in history killed 27 on church school bus

Higgins’ plan now is to drive it around to raise awareness of the toll drunk driving exacts.

“Even if they don’t stop, they’re going to read the sign, and they’ll go home and they might look this up on the internet,” said Higgins.

Texas: McAllen Police release dash-cam video after prosecutors claim no evidence exists to convict Judge Nora Longoria of DWI

SAN ANTONIO — A DWI case against a South Texas appeals judge who failed a field sobriety test in July was dismissed last month, the McAllen Monitor reported Wednesday.

Nora Longoria, a 13th Court of Appeals judge, was pulled over last July while going 69 mph in a 55 mph zone in the Rio Grande Valley city. Longoria, who failed a field sobriety test but refused a Breathalyzer, showed an officer her judicial badge and asked him to let her go home, the Express-News reported after the July arrest.