American Scientists Try First Gene Editing Inside Of The BodyScientists in California, for the first time, have tried editing a gene inside of the body in a bold attempt to permanently change a person's DNA to try to cure a disease.
Technology Breathes New Life Into Cold CaseArlington Police released a composite sketch created from a suspect's DNA.
Man Convicted In Texas Prison Guard's Death To Be ExecutedRobert Pruett was already serving 99 years for a neighbor's killing when he was convicted in the death of a prison guard who was stabbed in an attack that prosecutors say stemmed from a dispute over a peanut butter sandwich.
Computerized Image Created From Remains Found 2 Years AgoMansfield Police have released a computerized image based on a human skull found in August 2015.
In U.S. First, Scientists Edit Human Embryo GenesFor the first time in the United States, scientists have edited the genes of human embryos, a controversial step toward perhaps one day being able to help babies avoid inherited diseases.
John Wayne Gacy Victim Identified Four Decades LaterThe Cook County Sheriff’s office in Illinois announced on Wednesday the DNA match is that of 16-year old James “Jimmie” Haakenson.
N. Texas Part Of New Push To Find Leukemia CureIf love could cure cancer, Ann Marie Herbst would never have gotten sick.
Subway Disputes DNA Study On Its ChickenA study by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's consumer affairs show said that tests on several fast food chicken sandwiches found that Subway's chicken breast contained only about half chicken.
Trial Or Deal? Some Driven To Plead Guilty, Later ExoneratedMore than 300 of the more than 1,900 people who have been exonerated in the U.S. since 1989 pleaded guilty. Last year, 68 out of 157 exonerations were cases in which the defendant pleaded guilty.
It's Not All In The Genes: Clean Living Can Cut Heart RisksClean living can slash your risk for heart disease even if your genes are heavily stacked against you. A large study finds that people with the most inherited risk cut their chances if they didn't smoke, ate well, exercised and stayed slim.
Judge To Decide Sentence For Christina Morris KidnapperThe punishment for Enrique Arochi will not be decided by a jury. The convicted kidnapper on Tuesday morning waived his right to a jury sentencing, leaving his fate in the hands of the judge.
Woman Says Area Program Saved Her From Life Of ProstitutionJammie Kelley believes the Prostitute Diversion Initiative helped turn her life around.

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