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Background checks, Drug Testing Required to Drive a School Bus in West Virginia

CHARLESTON, WV – Parents put a great deal of trust in the person behind the wheel when they load their kids on the bus and send them to school. Before a bus driver is hired in West Virginia they have to pass a drug and alcohol test and a background check.

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School District Drivers Randomly Tested For Alcohol

DENVER (CBS4)– Bus drivers working for school districts are required to undergo testing for alcohol and drugs. But this week, one school bus driver crashed the bus she was driving and admitted to taking prescription drugs.

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Long Island Air Traffic Controller Faces Weapons, Drug Charges

WANTAGH, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — An air traffic controller in Westbury, Long Island has been charged with illegally carrying weapons and possessing crystal meth. Police arrested Breen Peck, 52, during a traffic stop in Wantagh at 10:22 p.m. Wednesday. Investigators say Peck confessed to carrying two loaded guns without a permit. They said they found the crystal meth in his pants pocket.

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VICTORVILLE: Company addressing FAA testing violations claim

The aircraft services firm that faces a proposed Federal Aviation Administration civil penalty for drug and alcohol testing violations has issued a statement saying it is working with the federal agency to understand the alleged violations and address them in a timely manner. Read More

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FAA plans fines for drug-testing violations at Mesa Airlines

PHOENIX – The Federal Aviation Administration is seeking a nearly $175,000 fine against a Phoenix-based regional airline for several failures in its drug-testing program for workers in safety-sensitive jobs.

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