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  • About Rachel Frank

    About Rachel Frank
    In August FOX CT's Rachel Frank won the MADD About Dancing competition at Mohegan Sun. The event featured eleven Connecticut celebrities who laced up their dance shoes for a good cause, to raise money for Mother's Against Drunk Driving. Rachel trained with the Arthur Murray Dance Studio to get ready for the competition.
  • Fatal Car Crash On Route 9 In Deep River

    A 28-year-old man is dead after a one-car crash Thursday night in Deep River and the driver has been charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence. A 2003 Toyota Tacoma was traveling southbound on Route 9 near exit 5 when the driver, Mark...

    Police: Woman Hits Police Car In Farmington, Charged With DUI

    Police: Woman Hits Police Car In Farmington, Charged With DUI
    FARMINGTON — A West Hartford woman is facing a drunken driving charge after she struck a police car that was making a traffic stop on Wednesday evening, police said. Jennifer Newtown, 28, of Reservoir Avenue, was also charged with evading...

    Michael Phelps faces DUI trial Friday as he prepares to swim again in 2015

    Michael Phelps is scheduled to face trial on drunken driving charges in a Baltimore courtroom Friday morning. As he does, the Olympic great has already begun preparations to resume competing sometime next year. Though he's unlikely to face jail time,...

    State Sen. Ben Hueso avoids jail time in plea bargain

    State Sen. Ben Hueso (D-San Diego) on Thursday entered a plea bargain in which prosecutors lowered charges of drunk driving to a lesser misdemeanor, allowing him to avoid any possibility of jail time. Hueso was sentenced to three years informal...