Two sources for articles about drunk driving are major newspapers and anti-DUI organizations. Public libraries also provide library card holders free access to searchable media archives that contain articles on drunk driving.
The New York Times' website contains a page called "Times Topics" that has a category called "Drunken and Reckless Driving" containing articles about DUI-related news. This page gives a short preview of each article and a link to the full text.
The LA Times' website also has a search feature that retrieves articles with the keywords "drunk driving" and "driving under the influence." Users can filter the results to exclude video clips and photo galleries or to return just the most recent article, and each result displays a short excerpt from the full text.
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility's website has a page titled "In The News" that features current news articles about DUI incidents from across the United States. The website has a keyword search engine that returns related articles, but the articles that load on In The News are listed chronologically. It provides a sentence-long description of the article, its date, the publisher and a link to the full article on the publisher's website.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving's website publishes short articles focusing on the lives of drunk-driving victims and the circumstances of their deaths.
The National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence also writes and publishes articles on drunk driving and related topics. This website's search feature provides a filter to restrict the results to articles and include specific keywords.