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3 hrs ago | The Oregonian
The Oregon Supreme Court ruled that Jesse James Moore, who was driving this Toyota Highlander when he crashed into another car in 2008, was not "coerced" into submitting to blood and urine tests.
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7 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Chief Keef's judge, Cook County Judge Earl Hoffenberg of the Skokie courthouse, told the rapper's three lawyers that he's had murderers who haven't had so much time as Chief Keef has had before his court, and - he asserts - it's getting ridiculous.
8 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online
Brunty, who entered a not guilty plea during the court hearing, is facing four felony charges of wire fraud related to a scheme in which he allegedly used fraudulent and forged documents to steal the money from two brothers living in New Jersey and Florida.
12 hrs ago | The Gleaner
By Jaevion Nelson The support for persons who use drugs, especially those who commit offences under the influence, is often woefully inadequate and misguided.
17 hrs ago | Star News Group
The Manasquan Board of Education is continuing to review the school district's random drug testing policy one week after numerous allegations were made by parents, claiming the implementation of the policy's rules and regulations have not been properly followed.
OLYMPIA, Wash. - A proposal to legalize marijuana use in bars could drastically change night life in Washington state.
Schaumburg village trustees Tuesday unanimously approved a new three-year contract with rank-and-file police officers, granting them 2 percent annual raises while allowing the village to randomly test some for drug use.
A Seminole County school bus driver was fired for alleged behavior that may have put students at risk.
Brothers recently arrested on a variety of charges including drug possession and burglary "were not bad kids when they were young.
Jamie Lynn Bentley, a 33-year-old mother of eight from Georgia has been arrested and charged with starving her newborn baby until he was nothing but skin and bones.
A lot of people don't know that KCFD doesn't have to endure regular random drug tests like so many other municipal employees thanks to some rather sweet contract negotiations.
The results of the study, by Thomas Kerr and colleagues, from the University of British Columbia, Canada, found that urine drug testing, which has become widely available since around 2000, was identified as a key tool used by the police, with some police requesting PWID to provide urine samples in public places.
Legislation that would require drug tests for anyone applying for a job in one of Pennsylvania's schools has passed the state House of Representatives.
The man shot by Hopewell officers after police say he rammed his truck into cruisers Oct. 13 was granted bond in court on Tuesday, despite statements from police that he threatened to get revenge.
Neighbours of a proposed interim housing site at the old Ramada Hotel in Hastings-Sunrise want answers from the city at an open house Dec. 11. The community learned in the last two weeks that temporary housing for formerly homeless and under-housed people is proposed for the property located two blocks from a preschool and elementary school on East ... (more)
Prospective school employees would have to undergo a pre-employment drug test before starting their job under legislation that the House approved on Tuesday.
Rebecca "Becca" Rey Hart - charged in the June 2009 shooting death of her father, Gilbert Hart - is back in jail with bond revoked after Circuit Court Judge John Gasaway ruled Tuesday that she violated a substance abuse provision of her bond.