| Oct 10, 2012
| 2:46 PM
Sedgwick County Commissioners approve two grants to help the Sedgwick County Regional Forensic Science Center.
Both grants come from the federal government through the KBI. One $65,000 grant will be used to help pay for a forensic scientist/toxicologist....
| May 22, 2012
| 3:41 PM
Social studies, a subject that had been demoted in Maryland schools in recent years, will regain some of its past educational stature under a bill signed Tuesday by Gov. Martin O'Malley.
Under the legislation — one of hundreds of bills O'Malley...
| May 22, 2012
| 11:55 AM
A Montgomery County jury found Christopher Matthew Walrond, 34, guilty of rape and sodomy in a rape case in Christiansburg that happened in March 2011.
The jury recommended a sentence of 16 years, 8 years on each charge.
Earlier this month, Walrond...
| Nov 8, 2011
| 4:34 AM
Forty-five faces will be on display at Roosevelt University’s Schaumburg campus starting next week to remind students and the community of those that may be …...
| Jun 21, 2011
| 9:32 PM
I wish I could tell Walt Teichen not to worry, that common sense will surely prevail in the sad, scary story of his son. But I would be lying. His son is a sex offender, and when it comes to......
| Jun 9, 2011
| 4:38 AM
From the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals: After Alachua County deputies seized more than 500 cats from Haven Acres Cat Sanctuary near High Springs on Tuesday, June 7, Alachua County Animal Services asked the ASPCA to send in a...
| Mar 17, 2010
| 8:00 AM
You may not recognize the name, but the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences is very well known to just about everyone.
"I think most people, when they think of the Medical Examiner's Office, they only consider our morgue services. In fact, we...
| Mar 17, 2010
For years Texas Equusearch has helped the families of missing loved ones. Wednesday, a volunteer with the organization finally got some closure of his own 23 years after his sister went missing.
Angela Phillips' whereabouts has remained a mystery for...
| May 24, 2010
| 7:50 PM
It's been used to catch murderers and rapists, now DNA is tracking down the everyday burglar.
But with high costs for DNA testing and forensic science backlogs there's many will wonder if it's really worth it to catch petty criminals.
| Apr 3, 2010
| 3:47 PM
The forensic accountants poring over the debris of Scott Rothstein's colossal investment fraud are nearing the end of one phase of their sleuthing — determining how much money flowed into the Ponzi scheme before its collapse last fall, and how...
| Nov 1, 2010
Three teenaged girls in Dale City faced a real life horror Halloween night last year. At a shopping plaza, a gunman forced the girls down a nearby hill to a ravine. "He had them lay face down away from him", said Detective Steve Piaskowski with the Prince...