Now that the Labor Day weekend is over, kids in Michigan are going back to school, while their parents are returning to work. People of all ages said an unofficial goodbye to summer. Others had a less-than-happy holiday weekend -- they were cited or arrested for suspicion of drinking and driving.
As in many other states, Michigan law enforcement agencies stepped up their efforts to make DUI arrests before and during the long weekend. Starting back on Aug. 15, and running until Sept. 1, state and local police participated in the national Driver Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign.