MHP's Thanksgiving holiday enforcement period begins Wednesday

DPS Talks Thanksgiving Safety on Roadways

DPS Talks Thanksgiving Safety on Roadways

AAA Zanesville released a statement predicting this year as having the highest travel numbers since Thanksgiving of 2005.

The 2017 Thanksgiving holiday reporting period begins Wednesday at 12 a.m. and ends Sunday at 11:59 p.m.

Major League Baseball drops hammer on Braves' scandal: prospect loss, lifetime ban
The Atlanta Braves have reportedly been hammered by Major League Baseball for violating the rules for signing global prospects. The sanctions deal a significant blow to a farm system considered by many the best in baseball.

During this time in 2016, state police reported 896 speeding violations, 311 seatbelt violations, 2,503 "other hazardous" violations, 51 DUI arrests, in addition to one fatality and 42 injuries out of 392 accidents investigated.

Between November 22 and running through November 26, state police will supplement its normal routine patrol personnel with additional troopers.

Suspect in police murder in custody
Harper was arrested Sunday night on drug charges after police discovered heroin and $2,500 in cash inside his vehicle . On Sunday, police arrested Tavon Jamere Harper, who they say fled the traffic stop after Holt bolted from the scene.

In addition to those killed on Georgia roads past year, 1,755 people were injured in 5,011 crashes last holiday period. They urge motorists wear seat belts, obey traffic laws, and not drive while impaired. "Make the plan of how you're going to get home an important part of that event".

We are often told to be alert for drunk drivers on New Year's Eve, but did you know that it's the least likely holiday to experience a crash, with the Thanksgiving holiday ranking most likely in Pennsylvania? In an effort to enforce traffic laws and reduce traffic crashes, MHP will participate in Operation Crash Awareness and Reduction Effort during the holiday period.

Huge win for India at ICJ, Dalveer Bhandari re-elected as judge
As a judge in the High Court of Delhi, Dalveer Bhandari delivered several landmark judgments in nearly all branches of the law. Bhandari returned to India in 1973 and until February 1977 he practiced in the Rajasthan High Court on all branches of law.

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