9/27/2016
"Sorry we thought you did meth," apologetic mom writes on cake

In 2012, high school student Rachel Glemis willingly took a drug test at her Alabama school. While Glemis wasn't on any drugs at the time , the test concluded that she had heroin, meth, and cocaine in her system. [...]

9/26/2016
Corrections officer arrested after bogus drug test, undersheriff says

A Jacksonville Sheriff's Office corrections officer was arrested Monday after she tried to fool a random drug test by providing a bogus urine sample, Undersheriff Pat Ivey said. Lisa Lynn Davis, 40, a nearly seven-year veteran with the Sheriff's Office, has resigned from her job in the Duval County jail, according to Ivey, who said Davis is charged with unlawful to willfully defraud a lawfully administered urine test. [...]

9/26/2016
T.I. -- Stepdaughter Avoids Jail Time for Airport Gun Charge

T.I. 's stepdaughter got herself a get out of jail free card in her gun possession case, as long as she does right by a judge. Sources tell TMZ ... Zonnique Pullins avoided jail time after being charged for carrying a concealed weapon to Atlanta's airport in June ... because she's never had any legal trouble before this. [...]

9/26/2016
Russian Doping Whistleblowers Fear for Their Lives After Cyber Attack

The couple was tense when we met in a nondescript hotel room somewhere in the United States. We were asked not to reveal the exact location of the rare interview and only learned it ourselves at the last minute. [...]

9/26/2016
DOJ orders random drug test for employees

Justice Secretary Vitaliano N. Aguirre II ordered a random drug test for officials, prosecutors, and employees of the Department of Justice . "We cannot prosecute if we ourselves are tainted by the very drugs we seek to eradicate," Aguirre said. [...]

9/26/2016
Courts

Failure to wear seat belt while in a vehicle - Gerald J. Novacek, 70, of Prairie du Chien, Wis.; fined $110. Felicia N. Rodriguez, 25, of Fairmont was convicted of no Minnesota drivers license; fined $185. [...]

9/25/2016
South Coast Morning Wrap | Monday, September 26, 2016

Good morning here's your headlines from around regional Australia and beyond. Scroll down and refresh for weather, road reports and more. [...]

9/25/2016
Brekkie Blog | Monday, September 26, 2016

A ridge of high pressure currently over Tasmania will drift eastwards today ahead of an approaching front. The front will decay to a trough before slowly moving over Tasmania during Tuesday. [...]

9/25/2016
4 Bukidnon govt workers test positive for illegal drugs

THE local government of Bukidnon has intensified its anti-narcotics campaign after four of its employees have tested positive for drugs recently. Bukidnon Governor Jose Maria Zubiri Jr. said four employees were among those who tested positive after a surprise mandatory drug testing on the Provincial Government's 2,000-plus workers. [...]

9/25/2016
Call for drug tests in footy

The ice-related deaths of two football players has prompted a call to introduce random drug testing to local clubs. The methamphetamine-related deaths of two Wilmot footballers has prompted a call to introduce random drug testing in local sport. [...]

9/24/2016
Who really benefits from drug war?

I was wrong. I now see the error of my ways. I thought of the war on drugs as pointless and ineffective. [...]

9/24/2016
Sakho cannot accept 'lies' about Liverpool exile

The Frenchman finally broke his long silence since failing a doping test in March and being sent home from the Reds' pre-season, claiming he is a victim in the entire affair Liverpool outcast Mamadou Sakho has lashed out at the "lies" about his situation over the last six months and cannot understand why he is not playing for Jurgen Klopp's men. It has been a torrid six months for the Frenchman, who first failed a doping test in March ahead of an Europa League clash against Manchester United. [...]

9/24/2016
Alleged victim's mother in improper touching case speaks out

Months after a Santa Fe teacher was arrested for allegedly improperly touching one of his young students, the victim's mother is speaking out. She said the justice system isn't doing enough to keep her young daughter safe. [...]

9/24/2016
School Bus Driver Pleads Guilty to Careless Driving in Crash

A former school bus driver who was charged last year with DUI, vehicular assault, and child abuse for a school bus crash pleaded guilty to careless driving earlier this month, Daily Camera reports. Elizabeth Burris faces one year of unsupervised probation for the charge, but prosecutors dropped 13 other charges against her, according to the newspaper. [...]

9/24/2016
ACLU Urges Mass. Court to Vacate 24,000 Drug Cases Based on Tainted Lab Evidence

A single bad chemist corrupted an estimated one in six drug convictions in Massachusetts between 2003 and 2012, throwing the state's legal system into havoc. The only way to properly fix it, the American Civil Liberties Union argued in a brief to the state's high court on Friday, is to vacate thousands of convictions based on her work. [...]