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Local Sheriff: Driver faces DUII after road goes right, car goes left (New) Sheriff: Driver faces DUII after road goes right, car goes left
The road took a righthand turn.

The car went off the left side of the road and hit a utility pole

The driver told deputies she had swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle.

The deputies told the driver she had a blood alcohol content level of .14, above the .08 legal limit.

US and Cuba start talks to normalize relations

The United States and Cuba will start talks on normalizing full diplomatic relations, marking the most significant shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island in decades.

'It really does light up, I think you can see it from space'

'It really does light up, I think you can see it from space'

Plenty of homeowners are hanging lights of all colors and turning their front yards into winter wonderlands.

And that means families can find plenty of dazzling displays after dark.

Watch All in a Day's Drive Wednesdays on KMTR NewsSource 16 at 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Sheriff: Driver faces DUII after road goes right, car goes left

Sheriff: Driver faces DUII after road goes right, car goes left

The road took a righthand turn.

The car went off the left side of the road and hit a utility pole

The driver told deputies she had swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle.

The deputies told the driver she had a blood alcohol content level of .14, above the .08 legal limit.

Crews respond to anhydrous ammonia leak in Charleston

Crews respond to anhydrous ammonia leak in Charleston
Bandon Pacific in Charleston

One person was hospitalized after an anhydrous ammonia leak at Bandon Pacific on Tuesday.

State police said a 300-pound tank holding the ammonia was compromised shorlty after 3 p.m.

Officials evacuated the surrounding areas while hazmat crews worked to contain the leak.

1 dead in apartment fire near Myrtle Point

1 dead in apartment fire near Myrtle Point »Play Video

At least 1 person is dead after fire ripped through a triplex on Old Highway 42 Road outside Myrtle Point on Tuesday morning in an area without fire hydrants.