drunk driving http://kcur.org en Kansas Citians Call For Off-Hours Transit Options To Reduce Drinking And Driving http://kcur.org/post/kansas-citians-call-hours-transit-options-reduce-drinking-and-driving <p>If Kansas City wants to get serious about reducing drunk driving, it needs to invest in more late-night and weekend public transportation services.</p><p>That’s according to your responses to our on-air and online question of the week.</p><p>We asked: <a href="http://kcur.org/post/tell-kcur-what-services-should-be-provided-curb-drinking-and-driving">What services should be provided to curb drinking and driving in Kansas City?</a></p> Thu, 24 Apr 2014 21:25:24 +0000 Alyson Raletz 54728 at http://kcur.org Kansas Citians Call For Off-Hours Transit Options To Reduce Drinking And Driving Supreme Court Rules Police Must Get Search Warrant For Most DUI Blood Tests http://kcur.org/post/supreme-court-rules-police-must-get-search-warrant-most-dui-blood-tests <p>The United States Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police must obtain a search warrant to draw blood in routine drunk driving arrests.</p><p>The case stems from a 2010 drunk driving arrest in Cape Girardeau. At question is whether a Missouri Highway Patrol Officer violated Tyler McNeely’s protection from unreasonable search and seizure when he drew McNeely’s blood with neither a warrant nor his permission.</p> Thu, 18 Apr 2013 14:33:09 +0000 Jacob McCleland 35299 at http://kcur.org Missouri Drunk Driving Case Heads To U.S. Supreme Court http://kcur.org/post/missouri-drunk-driving-case-heads-us-supreme-court <p>A Cape Girardeau drunk driving case is going all the way to the U.S. &nbsp;Supreme Court.&nbsp; The court will decide if police can give a blood test without a warrant.<br> Wed, 26 Sep 2012 14:25:57 +0000 Jacob McCleland 25095 at http://kcur.org Missouri Drunk Driving Case Heads To U.S. Supreme Court The History of Drunk(en) Driving http://kcur.org/post/history-drunken-driving <p>&nbsp;</p><div>The holiday season will see an uptick in many a social calendar. &nbsp;With that come more opportunities for people to imbibe and then get in their cars. &nbsp;T<strong>he worst results of drunk driving</strong> are well known and the<strong> legal penalties when caught inebriated behind the wheel are severe </strong>yet people persist in doing it. &nbsp;Why?</div><div> Wed, 30 Nov 2011 23:10:00 +0000 Stephen Steigman 187 at http://kcur.org The History of Drunk(en) Driving