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THE Cebu City Office for Substance Abuse Prevention consulted the parents and guardians of the students from secondary schools in the City and agreed to submit their children to a random drug test.
Yesterday | Lowell Sun
Michael Botticelli was seated on a tattered purple couch in an old Victorian here, just outside of Boston.
Whenever I think about the AFL, I can't help but liken it to my days at high school.
The future salary of the Cleveland Mayor's Office was changed from $40,000 annually to $24,000 during a special Friday afternoon city council meeting.
A licensed practical nurse who was charged with theft of drugs was granted intervention instead of a conviction this week.
A Charlotte Fire Department captain has resigned instead of being fired after admitting he stole a prescription drug while assisting MEDIC on a patient transport, fire officials said.
Full-time employees at Torklift International were provided a pay raise to a minimum of $15 per hour, effective the first week of September.
Cee Lo Green, pictured here in a previous court hearing, pleaded no contest on Friday in a Los Angeles court.
Surprisingly, the ADA is silent on these issues. But the 6th Circuit federal court attempted to give us some answers.
Thus said Senior Superintendent Melvin Ramon Buenafe, deputy regional director for operations of the Police Regional Office 3, as he led on Friday surprise drug tests on personnel assigned at the Provincial Public Safety Company here.
After the coroner's office revealed that a lethal combination of drugs led to a University of Louisville cheerleader's death, the school announced that spirit team members will now be subject to the same random drug testing as other student-athletes.
The star wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns has been given a year-long ban from the league after once again violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
Jefferson County Coroner Barbara Weakley-Jones told The Courier-Journal that 22-year-old Danielle Cogswell died of an overdose of heroin, amphetamines and Xanax.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke announced on his Twitter feed Thursday that he supports the creation of a random drug test policy for elected officials.
In the wake of some high-profile UFC drug-test failures for performance enhancers like HGH and EPO this year - as well as a resurgence in positive tests for old-school steroids - the UFC has announced plans to implement random, out-of-competition drug testing for all of its fighters.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 05:22 pm
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