Drunken driving deaths are down slightly in Michigan, while reported drugged-driving deaths are up, state police said Thursday.
Overall, 357 people were killed on Michigan streets and highways last year in crashes linked to drinking or drug use, state police said. That's up from 351 in 2009.
An annual report released Thursday said drunken-driving deaths fell from 299 in 2009 to 283 in 2010, while drug-related crash deaths rose from 119 to 153. One reason for the increase is more testing for drugs, the report said.