How random is your random selection?

Have you ever compared your random draws to find that they actually don’t seem that random at all? In fact, you might’ve noticed a pretty substantial overlap in the number of people listed in each selection. Well, it turns out … Read MoreRead More

Centro bus driver charged with DWI after rear-ending a car on South Salina Street

SYRACUSE — A Centro bus driver was arrested and charged with DWI after the bus he was driving rear-ended a car on South Salina Street at 3:45pm on February 26, according to Sergeant Gary Bulinski with Syracuse Police. Bulinski says that the driver, 27-year-old Rasheed Mohammed, rear-ended a Hyundai, pushing it […]

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Green Day Frontman Speaks About Alcohol and Prescription Drug Abuse

Green Day lead vocalist Billie Joe Armstrong opens up about his years of alcohol and prescription drug abuse in the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine. The 41-year-old rock musician said: “I couldn’t predict where I was going to end up at the end of the night. I’d wake […]

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Higher legal bar for drug alcohol tests?

A federal judge in Pittsburgh dismissed the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s challenge to U.S. Steel Corp.’s policy of randomly testing new employees for drugs and alcohol. In EEOC v. U.S. Steel Corp. , the Judge rejected the EEOC’s position that random testing of new employees– which the Company implemented after […]

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EMSI Launches New Evidential Breath Testing (EBT) Equipment

Examination Management Services, Inc. (EMSI), the market leader in medical information, risk management and investigative services, has launched new evidential breath testing (EBT) equipment to replace the current ASIV units. The new equipment, Intoximeters RBTVxl, is an advanced handheld, microprocessor-driven instrument with evidential-grade accuracy. It is an approved device […]

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Drug test’s wee wee issue

AN outdated workplace drug test is causing anger among female staff at RailCorp who are demanding the state government scrap its “pee-in-a-bottle” tests. The rail unions said there has been a significant rise in complaints from women, who have labelled it undignified and called for it to be replaced […]

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Commerce ISD to pursue funding for uniforms, drug testing

COMMERCE — Currently the Commerce High School Marching Band marches in decade-old wool uniforms, many with holes in the knees and elboes. David Polk, band director for CHS, wants to change that and create a unique look for the marching band. “I am proposing that we purchase 125 uniforms, […]

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Bill calls for random drug tests of Nevada welfare recipients

Posted: Feb. 8, 2013 | 10:21 a.m. CARSON CITY – Rather than punishing drug users, state Sen. James Settelmeyer said this week he wants to “get them some help” through a bill to require people receiving public aid to submit to random drug tests. “The idea is to get […]

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Future Music To Enforce Mandatory Drug & Alcohol Testing At Underage Festivals

Home > News > Local News Written by Chloe Strahan on 11 February 2013 Future Music Festival’s  underage spin-off Good Life , is expecting to see drug and alcohol testing as a condition of entry into the event. The festival for young music lovers aged 12-17 has been running in […]

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Local Doctor Accused of Abusing Drugs and Alcohol

advertisement Doctor Accused of Stealing Narcotics Dr. Samuel Gerson, emergency room doctor at UCSD Medical Center, has been formally accused of stealing narcotics. WATCH More Photos and Videos A San Diego doctor could lose his medical license for abusing alcohol and powerful narcotics, including Oxycodone. And the president of […]

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