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White Powder Scare Prompts Pines Building Evacuation

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Public Services division of Pembroke Pines was evacuated Monday after a white powdery substance was found in the mailroom. 63 more words


The magical white powder

I always wait for the little green man to appear before crossing the road. I drink alcohol only when strictly supervised – if left to my own devices, I cheekily revert to soda water (with a slice of lime if I’m feeling particularly whimsical). 328 more words


White powder found inside two envelopes in Toronto

TORONTO – Emergency officials are investigating after a white powder has been found inside envelopes at two locations in Toronto.

The first happened shortly before noon Thursday, when a Canada Post employee, believed to be inside the Canada Post building near Midland Avenue and Progress Avenue, close to the Scarborough Town Centre, was exposed to a white powder when opening an envelope. 80 more words


White powder envelopes sent to two senators in Ottawa

OTTAWA – Envelopes with the return address of “Ottawa shooting” and containing unknown white powder were sent to two senators’ offices on Monday.

An internal security bulletin sent out just after noon said the envelopes and their contents have been secured, and the RCMP has been notified.  229 more words


Mystery envelopes sent to senators contained no harmful substance: RCMP

A security scare on Parliament Hill, which began when some senators’ offices received envelopes containing an unknown white powder, ended Monday with the RCMP declaring the substance harmless. 497 more words


Yes, this package of white powder is mine

Last week I received a summons from the local post office, informing me I must present myself at their offices within an appointed deadline. The card had rubber stamps and a signature and even a RED rubber stamp, which in Italy is downright scary. 712 more words


Tennessee Supreme Court evacuated for white powder in letter

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Supreme Court building has been evacuated after an employee there opened a letter containing an unidentified white powder.

Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security spokeswoman Jennifer Donnals said in an email that the employee came into direct contact with the powder. 83 more words