Tuesday, May 21, 2013

A Push To Lower The Blood Alcohol Content Proceeds
The Tennessee Executive Director for Mothers against Drunk Drivers, Flint Clouse appears to be a driving force in finding advanced methods to deter drivers from getting behind the wheel intoxicated. New technology can now analyze a driver’s breath using a laser installed in the automobile. The federal safety commission wants states to get tougher on drivers who cause alcohol related crashes and fatalities. They want to change the blood alcohol content threshold from .08 to .05. The National Transportation Safety Board made the recommendation last week and Virginia Delegate Israel O’Quinn, a republican from Bristol, says it should pass the House but may not make it through the Senate. (bg)

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

  • Potential Charges Pending After Head-On Crash in Unicoi County
  • Sullivan County BOE Considers Cost Saving Consolidation Plans
  • Overnight Fire Sends One Person to the Hospital
  • Kingsport Women Arrested for Stealing From Their Employer for 8 Years
  • Man Jailed For Kingsport Pharmacy Robbery
  • Church Hill Police Say Woman on Meth Reported Stabbing, Which Apparently Never Happened
  • ID Theft, Fraud Case Involving NASCAR Stars Nets Woman Jail Sentence in Carter County
  • Council Recommends 3 for 1st District Circuit Judgeship in Northeast Tennessee
  • Facebook Murder Trial: Prosecutor Calls Motive "Silly, Manufactured Conflict"
  • Three Men Arrested, Charged in Drug Store Break-Ins in Three Counties
  • Investigators Said Carter Co. Woman Took $11,000 From Waterworks
  • Health Department Announces Second Case of Rabies Discovered in Russell County, VA



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