There is good news for Arizona drivers. The total number of DUI's in the state dropped for the first time in the past decade. This is according to new data from the Governors Office of Highway Safety, which coordinates a statewide task force targeting drunk drivers. Our television partner KYMATV reports that officers participating made more than 29,000 DUI arrests last year, a decrease of more than 3,000 from 2012's total. Nearly 4,000 of those arrests took place during the 2013 holiday season, which began November 25th and ran through the end of the year.