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STROUDSBURG, PA – An Alabama woman was busted after she tried passing a drug test in a sneaky way.
Jade Cullen, 26, was on parole because she was busted with drugs a while back. As it would turn out, Jade hadn’t been so clean. As part of her parole she had to meet with a probation officer and take random drug tests, but she failed her latest test.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s office says a probation officer noticed Jade fidgeting with something between her legs. A closer look and they found a condom inside her filled with another person’s clean urine. As you can imagine, she failed her test and is now facing more charges.
That’s also how she became our Dumbass of the Day!
Great Resignation: Top 3 reasons people are leaving their jobs, according to Gallup
by Alix Martichoux, Nexstar Media Wire / Sep 12, 2021
(NEXSTAR) – The pandemic has clearly thrown the global economy for a loop. While some have been pushed out of work by layoffs, others are quitting of their own volition –so many of them, the trend has been dubbed the “Great Resignation.”
Gallup research from earlier this year found 48% of the American workforce was actively looking to change jobs.
Tropical Storm Nicholas aims for Texas, brings threat of flash flooding and tropical storm force winds
by Adam Krueger / Sep 12, 2021
HOUSTON, Texas (KIAH) Tropical Storm Nicholas developed Sunday morning and is set to bring disruptive weather to Texas this week. There is a lot to unpack in terms of advisories and potential scenarios. Let”s begin with the basics.
The National Hurricane Center shows Nicholas strengthening with potential winds up to 65 mph by Tuesday morning. Their forecast cone shows it generally moving northward in the vicinity of the Texas Coast. Beyond Tuesday, the cone expands dramatically due to the uncertain track.
Spring Branch ISD hosting 5 vaccination clinics for students September 11th
by Sharron Melton / Sep 10, 2021
HOUSTON, Texas (KIAH) Spring Branch ISD is taking no chances when it comes to tackling Covid-19. It will host COVID-19 vaccination clinics at five schools this Saturday, September 11. This is an opportunity for students ages 12 and up who received their first shot on or before Aug. 21 , to return to get their second shot. First shots also will be available to those students who have not yet been vaccinated.The events will be held in partnership with the Harris County Health Department, which says it will provide the vaccines free of charge and the staff to administer them. The clinics will be held at Hollibrook, Spring Branch, Pine Shadows and Meadow Wood elementary schools and Northbrook Middle School from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.Spring Branch ISD students ages 12 and up from any school in the district can go to any of the listed schools to receive the vaccines: