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Chicago TribuneThough Sherry Marino has been visiting a grave that was supposed to contain her son’s remains for more than three decades, she knew in her heart he was not there – that Michael was not, as the authorities told her, body No. 14 from the home of...
Some cattle grow like weeds; some hit the high-grade targets. Some do both, some neither. That's the way it goes in the world of commodity cattle. But cattle can be so much more, adding profit throughout the supply chain. Cattle that grow fast and...
Channel 2 NewsA jury convicted a man on all 12 counts he faced Wednesday afternoon in the rape of several women between 2001 and 2004, cases which Anchorage police say had gone cold until the discovery of DNA evidence. APD spokesperson Anita Shell says Richard...
Tags: Assault, Sexual Assault, Sex Crimes
FrameworkStaff photographer Ricardo DeAratanha shares his passion for visual communication with his family....
Tribune reporterA Chicago man accused of fatally shooting a cashier and customer inside a Southwest Side convenience store in 2005 “almost got away with it,” but a trail that started with lottery tickets he’d purchased moments before the killings...
Tags: Witnesses, FBI, Lifestyle and Leisure, Theft, Lotteries
MADISON, N.J. - The Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) and Pfizer Animal Health have partnered to provide more reliable genetic predictions for RAAA members and their commercial customers. Breeders can now take advantage of genomic-enhanced...
Washington's Most WantedIt was just after 10 p.m. on a cold March night in Kirkland, 2010. Two men in their 60s stole an aluminum boat in an attempt to escape a botched robbery. What they didn’t know was the plug in the boat’s hull had been removed. "I can only...
Tags: Witnesses, Chemical Industry, FBI, Prosecution, Theft
Los Angeles TimesAfter three decades, two police interviews and separate DNA samples failed to link a Seattle transient to a killing in Maine in 1976, authorities said asking him to chew a piece of gum was what brought him to justice. In a ruse meant to collect DNA...
KTLA NewsAUGUSTA, Maine -- Cold case detectives say a DNA sample from a phony "chewing gum survey" led to an arrest in the murder of a 70-year-old woman in 1976. Gary Sanford Raub, 63, was arrested on Monday in Seattle and charged with killing Blanche Kimball...
Tribune reporterA Chicago man in federal prison for drug conspiracy has been charged in a “cold case” home invasion and slaying on the city’s Northwest Side after his DNA matched blood found at the scene, prosecutors said today. Adalberto Santiago, 46,...
Notre Dame is getting involved in the fight to protect the Great Lakes. The university has received a $599,931 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to develop technology for early detection of invasive species in the Great Lakes. "By...
Washington's Most WantedParella Lewis takes on captivating case full of twists, turns - and murder The story starts at a Kirkland home on Lake Washington -- an attempted home invasion gone bad led police to a former Seattle police officer who had turned into a cold-blooded...
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