A federal judge has postponed the Kansas trial of a man charged with assuming the identity of a dead Texas boy.
Recently released arrest documents for Enrique Arochi depict the accused kidnapper as a sexually frustrated young man, with a propensity for lying to police.
How much coffee do you drink every day? One cup in the morning? Or do you gulp it all day? Now, a study has identified some genes that may play a role in this.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first screening test for colon cancer that uses patient DNA to help spot potentially deadly tumors and growths.
A Dallas County judge has signed off on more DNA testing for convicted murderer Darlie Routier of Rowlett.
The committee planning the reburial of about 300 human remains unearthed from a historic Waco cemetery hopes to be able to use DNA technology to identify them.
An inmate serving 70 years in a North Texas drug case has pleaded guilty to the 1984 slaying of an elderly woman and was sentenced to 20 more years behind bars.
When the Denton County population reaches 1,000,000 the state will require the county to have its own medical examiner and crime lab. In preparing for that a unique partnership has been proposed.
The Fort Worth police chief issued an apology and said it won’t happen again after drivers were pulled over and asked for samples of DNA and saliva.
Republican candidate for governor Greg Abbott has called for greater protections for personal information, including public records, health information and DNA sequences.
A District of Columbia police spokesman says a man who set himself on fire on the National Mall has died of his injuries.
Bigfoot is real–just ask the researchers who have logged countless hours to prove their beliefs. New photos and videos filled with never before seen images were released Tuesday by the Sasquatch Genome Project.