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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

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  • Police receive grant to help road safety

    The Newport Beach Police Department received a $282,910 grant to help prevent death and injury on local roadways from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, according to a news release.
  • Checkpoint in Costa Mesa yields three DUI arrests

    Costa Mesa police arrested three people suspected of driving under the influence at a checkpoint Friday night. More than 550 vehicles passed through the screening location at Baker and Bear streets between 8 p.m. Friday and 2 a.m. Saturday, according to...

    D.A.'s office gets grant for DUI cases

    The state Office of Traffic Safety awarded the Orange County District Attorney's Office a $480,000 for the prosecution of driving under the influence cases, according to a news release issued Thursday. The grant was funded by the National Highway Traffic...

    Eyes on the road, or else

    Eyes on the road, or else
    It's time to put away those cell phones or risk getting a ticket. April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the Costa Mesa and Newport Beach police departments are keeping an eye out for drivers who focus more on their cell phones than on the...

    Mock accident warns of all-too-real dangers

    Mock accident warns of all-too-real dangers
    A mock 911 call interrupted classes at Newport Harbor High School on Monday morning. Students filed out of class about 10:30 to see a simulated alcohol-related accident: two smashed cars, one overturned, with three of their classmates sprawled out on...