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News - January 3, 2014

Around Town

REVELING RESPONSIBLY ... Thousands of holiday revelers made responsible decisions this holiday season by taking cabs and public transportation, choosing from a myriad smartphone-enabled ride-sharing services with annoying names, or just walking instead of driving while inebriated. It seems 32 unlucky folks did not. Santa Clara County's "Avoid the 13" DUI crackdown started Dec. 13 with fanfare around a much-tweeted-about patrol with Palo Alto Police Chief Dennis Burns, who didn't catch any drunken drivers. It ended on Jan. 1 with the final three of 32 people arrested over New Year's Eve.

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