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After hearing from about 40 residents, the Laguna Beach City Council agreed this week to move forward with a controversial law that penalizes parents who allow minors to use alcohol and drugs in their homes. The so-called social host ordinance, which was...
Tags: Drunk Driving, Misdemeanors, Fines, Substance Abuse, Lawyers
Laguna Beach is trying to do what the federal and state government hasn't accomplished: prevent the use of alcohol and drugs by anyone under 21. The City Council on Tuesday agreed to move forward on a social host ordinance that prohibits adults from...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Fines, Punishment, PTA, Crime, Law and Justice
Just say no to underage drinking The Boys & Girls Clubs of Laguna Beach, in conjunction with the South Orange County Coalition, will participate in a community alcohol prevention activity called Sticker Shock at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. The event — in...
Members of the Laguna Beach Unified school board signed a resolution Tuesday in support of the Social Host Accountability Ordinance, which they want the City Council to consider drafting. The social host ordinance, which has been passed in other Orange...
Tags: Culture, Drunk Driving, Fines, Punishment, PTA
YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: Enjoy a Sunset Serenade with Nancy Sanchez, a contemporary jazz singer/songwriter performing from 5:30 p.m. to sunset at the Heisler Park picnic area courtesy of the city. Admission is free. For more information, call (949) 497-...
Transition Laguna has accomplished a lot in the year or so it has existed, including the remarkable and very well attended 'Unleashing' this last spring. Walk through Laguna Village and you'll find signs marking Transition "pocket gardens" on nearly every...
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Today’s question: Federal safety regulators have called on states to lower the drunken-driving limits from .08 blood-alcohol content level to at least .05. What do you think of the idea? What do you see as the positives and negatives? And where do...
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A federal agency recommends lowering the blood alcohol limit for drivers from 0.08 percent to at least 0.05 percent. Reporters Peter Hall and Colby Itkowitz asked supporters and opponents about their views. YES: The NTSB argues the legal limit should be...
The entire undergraduate student bodies of the Johns Hopkins University and the U.S. Naval Academy combined. The population of Bel Air, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. The average attendance at a Hershey Bears hockey game (the highest in the AHL)....
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Transportation Safety Board recommended Tuesday that states cut their threshold for drunken driving from 0.08 to .05. Area officials would like to hear more discussion and information on such a proposal. “...
Tags: AAA, Carrollton, National Government, Government, Drunk Driving
Even moderate drinking before driving could become illegal if a federal safety panel's recommendation Tuesday is enacted eventually by the states. The National Transportation Safety Board recommended that states cut their thresholds for drunken driving...
A 38-year-old Huntington Beach man who was arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot police while barricading himself in a garage rafter in April had prior convictions for burglary, drug possession and evading arrest in a vehicle, according to...
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