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Drunk Driver Claims Ties to Pablo Escobar

By Chrisanne Grise

A Miami driver tries to evade DUI charges by saying he once worked as a hit man for the notorious cartel leader. MORE  

Tales of a Breathalyzer Tech

By Jeff Winkler

Drunk-driving arrests surge over Halloween. Those caught can be required to get a breathalyzer installed in their car—by a technician like Tony. He tells The Fix about the culprits he meets, the bribes he refuses and the wrecks he sees. MORE  

Can Pancakes Prevent Drunk Driving?

By Valerie Tejeda

A Nebraska non-profit lures drunk drivers off the road with the promise of free breakfast. MORE  

Morning Roundup: October 26, 2012

By Bryan Le

Doctors want graphic warning labels on fatty foods, moderate boozing can decrease brain cells, and Whitney Houston's daughter may be drinking dangerously. MORE  

Morning Roundup: October 25, 2012

By Chrisanne Grise

North Korea shoots official for drinking during late leader's mourning period, Montana Supreme Court confirms block on MMJ, and the Rolling Stones talk bad backs and booze. MORE  

Morning Roundup: October 15, 2012

By The Fix staff

Brazilian cops storm drug-infested Rio slums, New England fungal meningitis outbreak is linked to steroids, and Lance Armstrong's lawyer wants lie detectors all round. MORE  

Morning Roundup: October 11, 2012

By The Fix staff

Doc claims drugging kids could boost grades in failing schools, smoking grounds for divorce in Saudi Arabia, and LiLo claims her mom is on coke. MORE  

Morning Roundup: October 5, 2012

By Bryan Le

The UK may finally be sobering up, major league baseball isn't, and a drunk school bus driver smashes into a Long Island home. MORE  

Morning Roundup: October 3, 2012

By Chrisanne Grise

Gas prices help cut teen drunk driving, addictions cause homeless people to die younger, and country singer Kenny Rogers is a lifelong teetotaler. MORE  

Morning Roundup: October 1, 2012

By The Fix staff

California could end its "three strikes" law, how Valium changed America, and a DUI suspect sprays cologne in his mouth to cover the smell. MORE  

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