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October 19, 2011

FBI: Bones found in NM sex torture case

Find prompted authorities to resume their search for possible victims of a man convicted a decade ago of sexually torturing women - Full Story
October 18, 2011

Sheriff: Solid leads in effort to ID Gacy victims

Two Chicago-area families had by Monday afternoon provided DNA samples to compare to the skeletal remains - Full Story
October 17, 2011

Should police officers' DNA be kept on file?

Crime lab officials: Having officers' DNA on file is important for fending off doubt about evidence at trials - Full Story
October 13, 2011

Ill. cops launch new effort to ID serial killer victims

The Cook County Sheriff's Office says new technology has allowed it to obtain DNA profiles - Full Story
September 09, 2011

5 CSI team members relive Ground Zero

CSIs surrounded by evidence of mankind's capacity for evil - Full Story
June 08, 2011

Novel forensics used in Anthony investigation

Defense scientists say the method is too experimental to use in court - Full Story
June 04, 2011

German police train vultures to find bodies

Vultures are thought to be better than sniffer dogs at finding bodies over large, dense areas - Full Story
March 05, 2011

Police: DNA confirms suspect is 'East Coast Rapist'

Wanted for 17 rapes and other attacks from Virginia to Rhode Island over 12 years - Full Story
January 24, 2011

Man charged in 5 Detroit rapes

Police say seven women have been raped on Detroit's east and northeast sides since Jan. 1 - Full Story
November 24, 2010

Veterinarians learning to investigate crimes

Melinda Merck, the nation's top forensic vet, has begun a veterinary forensic science training program already nicknamed "Animal CSI" - Full Story



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