Hundreds of people have been arrested already since the latest Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over campaign in Minnesota kicked off on Friday. And there’s something new with this latest drunk driving crackdown. The Department of Public Safety is live-reporting DWI arrest activity and posting arrest updates on digital billboards across the state from now through Labor Day. Updates include the ages and gender of the offenders, as well as the locations of the arrests and alcohol concentration levels. State Traffic Safety Director Donna Berger says driving drunk remains a huge problem in Minnesota, with around 30,000 DWI arrests made each year in the state.