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News

6/25/2017

Cannabis more often detected in workers than any other drugs

Therese Gibbens, Canterbury-West Coast manager for The Drug Detection Agency, offered advice at an Ashburton workshop. Photos: Maureen Bishop Those attending a workshop aimed at raising vigilance about drugs and alcohol on farms listened intently to advice from a drug detection agency. [...]

6/24/2017

This new type of poppy seed won't make you fail drug tests

From a Seinfeld episode to real-life drama, poppy seeds have been a source of comedy, angst, and compromised jobs. Consuming too many of the seeds on your morning bagel can cause you to test positive for heroin, and depending on the nature of your job, that could be cause for immediate dismissal. [...]

6/24/2017

6 traffic aides positive of drugs

SIX out of 85 traffic enforcers working for the Talisay City Government were found positive of illegal drugs during a surprise drug test conducted at City Hall last Thursday afternoon. Emely Cabrera, Talisay City Human Resources Management office head, told reporters that they have given the six traffic enforcers until June 30 to submit their resignation. [...]

6/24/2017

Police: Man attempted to cheat on drug test

A Tyrone man now faces criminal charges in a third alleged incident after police say he tried to use synthetic urine to cheat on a drug test. Richard A. Barner, 44, of Tyrone was arrested April 28 after he allegedly hit his wife in the face and did not allow her to leave, and then on June 16, his father and estranged wife reported that he had broken into his father's home, according to Tyrone police. [...]

6/24/2017

Deputy arrested, fired for allegedly stealing meth on the job

"I'm very surprised. I'm very shocked. I didn't think that could be happening in such a small town like this," said Reginald Beacham, Clovis resident. [...]

6/23/2017

Oklahoma attorney general charges doctor with five counts of second-degree murder

The Oklahoma attorney general has charged a 67-year-old doctor with five counts of second-degree murder, accusing her of prescribing excessive amounts of "dangerous" medications to patients "without legitimate medical need" and causing the deaths of at least five patients. The charges were filed in the District Court of Oklahoma County against Regan Nichols, an osteopathic physician in Midwest City, Oklahoma, on Friday morning. [...]

6/23/2017

Drug test lands sexual assault suspect in jail

Eugene Rodriguez, 35, was first arrested on May 2 on multiple charges after his girlfriend testified to police about the history of abuse. Drug test lands sexual assault suspect back in jail Eugene Rodriguez, 35, was first arrested on May 2 on multiple charges after his girlfriend testified to police about the history of abuse. [...]

6/23/2017

Avoiding State Law Pitfalls

A manager of a Minneapolis, Minnesota restaurant calls you regarding an employee who showed up for work exhibiting bizarre behavior and with white powder under her nose. The Company has a written policy prohibiting the use of illegal drugs and authorizing the Company to conduct probable cause testing of employees. [...]

6/23/2017

No drugs found in captain, pilot in Cape Cod ferry crash

Ferry officials say drug tests on the captain and pilot of a ferry that struck a jetty in Cape Cod have come back negative. The Steamship Authority said Friday it received the results from a U.S. Coast Guard-approved testing facility. [...]

6/23/2017

11 things you didn't know were in Michigan's next budget

The House and Senate recently approved a $56.6 billion budget that will fund the state from Oct. 1, 2017 through Sept. 30, 2018. [...]

6/23/2017

Welfare drug test 'appeals'

Kalgoorlie-Boulder could become one of three locations to host a trial where welfare recipients who test positive for drugs might see their unemployment benefits affected. Federal Social Services Minister Christian Porter yesterday introduced changes to the welfare system and confirmed a two-year drug testing trial in three locations for 5000 new recipients of Newstart and Youth Allowance. [...]

6/23/2017

First TTC driver fails random drug test

A Toronto transit driver has failed a test, the first driver to fail since the Toronto Transit Commission introduced random drug testing. TTC spokesman Brad Ross confirms the test was carried out on Saturday and the positive test results came back on Wednesday. [...]

6/23/2017

There Are Finally Poppy Seeds That Won't Make You Fail a Drug Test

The days of workers hiding their extracurricular activities behind the "too many everything bagels" excuse are numbered: A British company that makes specialized ingredients for the food industry has engineered a version of the topping that contains an almost-negligible amount of morphine. Drug tests can rule out the worst offender - heroin - but other opiates can still throw them a curve ball, and that's where FDL steps in. [...]

6/23/2017

TTC driver becomes first to fail random drug test

TTC spokesperson Brad Ross confirmed the test was carried out on Saturday and the transit commission was only notified of the positive test on Wednesday. It's not known what kind of TTC vehicle the employee was operating or what substance they tested positive for. [...]

6/23/2017

Nevada gaming regulators continue to weigh marijuana policies

Marijuana plants grow in Medicine Man, a family owned dispensary in Denver Colorado, Friday, Sept. 2, 2016. [...]