• This booking photo released Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, by the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department, shows Texas Rangers reliever Jeremy Jeffress, who was arrested in Dallas on a drunken driving charge.  (Dallas County Sheriff’s Department via AP)

    Rangers reliever Jeremy Jeffress charged with DWI in Dallas

    DALLAS (AP) — The Texas Rangers placed reliever Jeremy Jeffress on the restricted list Friday following his overnight arrest on a drunken driving charge.

    Updated: 3:24 pm

  • Nebraska receivers coach Keith Williams reads a statement about his drunken driving arrest and suspension from coaching duties during an NCAA college football press conference at Hawks Championship Center Friday, Aug. 19, 2016, in Lincoln, Neb. Williams is suspended without pay until Aug. 31 and won't be allowed to coach or attend the Cornhuskers' first four games as a result of his arrest on suspicion of third-offense drunken driving last weekend. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

    Huskers’ aide suspended, will miss 4 games after DUI arrest

    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska receivers coach Keith Williams will be suspended two weeks without pay and won’t be allowed to coach or attend the first four games of the season after his latest arrest on suspicion of drunken driving last weekend.

  • Cops: Angry man throws pizza and punches at police station

    DALLAS, Pa. (AP) — Authorities say a drunken driving suspect upset that his vehicle was still impounded a week after his arrest threw pizza and punches at a Pennsylvania police station.

  • This undated file photo provided by the Milwaukee County Sheriff shows Sylville K. Smith. Smith, who was killed in Milwaukee on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, in a police shooting that sparked two nights of violence in Milwaukee, suffered from cognitive and mental health issues, and he carried a gun because he had been robbed and shot more than once in the past. Smith's grandfather says he had a lengthy criminal past, but was just trying to survive in the inner city. (Milwaukee County Sheriff via AP, File)

    Grandfather: Man killed by police was just trying to survive

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — The man killed in a police shooting that sparked two nights of violence in Milwaukee suffered from cognitive and mental health issues, and he carried a gun because he had been shot more than once in the past, his grandfather said.