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Despite finding thousands of defects in the Metro-North Commuter Railroad system, federal regulators over the last decade levied only 82 fines against the beleaguered railroad.
On Tuesday, the NCAA's legislative council advanced a policy granting student athletes access to an unlimited number of snacks .
At UFC on Fox 11, Fabricio Werdum and Travis Browne will meet to determine the next title challenger in the heavyweight division.
Robb Wells, Mike Smith, and John Paul Tremblay of 'The Trailer Park Boys' in Toronto, promoting their new movie " Don't Legalize It".
Officers have already seen an increase in anti-social behaviour, such as begging and street drinking, in the area around the busy station.
The Agreement provides ATL with a limited exclusive license for the marketing and sales of certain products in twenty countries in the region.
It's a big concern for the Chief of Police in Pueblo. He's worried about officers getting a contact high.
Workers for one of Colorado's biggest marijuana businesses learned Wednesday they can be fired for smoking pot on the job or using cocaine any time.
Today report finds that 103,000 medical professionals are abusing prescription drugs every year, yet most of the addicted doctors are never caught and place their patients at risk.
Walter Lane Hubbard, 55, appears during a video arraignment before Judge Pamela Hutchens on Tuesday afternoon, April 15, 2014 in Virginia Beach General District Court.
BBC Wales has found websites where bodybuilders discuss using the Welsh Emerging Drugs and Identification of Novel Substances Project .
The family of a young father killed last summer in a hit-and-run crash said they want the woman charged in his death to understand the hurt she caused.
Last month, 5-year-old Jordan Bleimeyer was found severely malnourished and weighing just 29 pounds.
This week the Supreme Court will decide whether or not to hear Governor Rick Scott 's appeal to a permanent injunction against his drug-testing policy for government employees , according to News-Press.com on Tuesday.
"Amanda Leigh Johnson, 27, of Southside, was arrested and is charged with one count of chemical endangerment of exposing a child to an environment in which controlled substances are ingested, produced or distributed," stated Investigator Bobby Bryant.
The decision on whether to do drug testing of prospective and current employees became more complicated with the decision by Colorado and Washington voters to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.