3 hrs ago | WKYT
Investigators say it sends a clear message that drugs will not be tolerated. More than 20 inmates at the Whitley County Detention Center face new charges after they failed drug tests.
6 hrs ago | KIII
This week's Hot Jobs report is courtesy of Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend.
9 hrs ago | Examiner.com
In 2010 a report noted that 1 in 5 Americans took at least one prescription pharmaceutical to treat a psychological condition such as depression or anxiety.
9 hrs ago | Floyd County Times
As state and federal agencies tighten their grips on pill pipelines, other serious drugs, with their own unique problems, are beginning to see resurgence in Eastern Kentucky, warned Floyd District Judge Eric Hall, during a meeting Tuesday of the Communities Against Drug Addiction.
13 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
The Maine House on Monday turned back a pair of Republican-backed bills that sought to add new restrictions to the state's primary welfare cash assistance program.
18 hrs ago | Naperville Sun
Naperville School District 203 won't have mandatory drug testing for students involved in co-curricular activities - at least for the time being.
19 hrs ago | The Hill
House members will need to resolve a slew if fights over amendments to approve a five-year $939 billion farm bill by Thursday.
23 hrs ago | Sunday Mail
Acting Assistant Commissioner Michael Cornish said it was a rate "four times greater per 100,000 head of population than any other Australian jurisdiction".
A man who was arrested on meth charges a couple of weeks ago has now been arrested again, this time for re-entering his home, which was placed under quarantine at the time of his meth arrest.
State leaders hope to offer increased support to older adults and save money within the health care system starting in July.
Rapper Keith Cozart, better known as Chief Keef, was arrested blocks from the Skokie Courthouse only minutes after he pleaded guilty to speeding 110 mph on the Edens Expressway last month.
Chicago rapper Chief Keef was served Monday in a second paternity lawsuit as he appeared in a Cook County courtroom to plead guilty to a speeding violation, the Sun-Times is reporting.
A unilaterally imposed policy mandating random alcohol testing with disciplinary consequences for either a failure to take the test or for a positive test result is unjustified - even in a dangerous workplace - without of evidence of the requisite safety concerns that would justify such random testing, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
"The school district is moving ahead with a random drug testing program," Superintendent James McLaughlin announced last week.
High temperatures will be in the upper 90's Monday under partly cloudy skies. A 40% chance for thunderstorms can be expected Monday.
I take issue with Sen. Greg Brophy's use of the term extremists in his June 13 letter Ninety-one percent of the bills sent to the governor's office this past session to be signed into law were passed with bipartisan support.
POLICE have yet to file charges against a former police officer, who was earlier arrested for allegedly selling illegal drugs.