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ROCKPORT, Ind. (AP) — Both sides in the third murder trial of a former Indiana state trooper will test DNA on the shirt he wore on the day his wife and two young children were killed. The DNA is linked to a dispute over how blood got on David...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — At least some Asian carp probably have found their way into the Great Lakes, but there's still time to stop the dreaded invaders from becoming established and unraveling food chains that support a $7 billion fishing...
NEW YORK (AP) — A huge international effort involving more than 100 institutions and genetic tests on 200,000 people has uncovered dozens of signposts in DNA that can help reveal further a person's risk for breast, ovarian or prostate cancer,...
PERU, Ind. (AP) — A former Indiana man arrested in Mississippi last year for the 1992 slaying of a Kokomo woman is facing a September trial in her killing. A Miami County judge last week set a Sept. 9 trial date for 53-year-old Timothy J....
Elkhart County Prosecutor Curtis Hill statement: Wednesday news conferenceELKHART – On March 5, 1988, sometime after 11:00 p.m., a 10-year-old girl living on Elkhart’s west side, was asleep on the couch in the living room of her home where she had been watching television. Her older brother had already gone to...
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GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) — A search that set parents in the Denver area on edge last fall, had neighbors casting a suspicious eye on neighbors, and left a family grieving the loss of a 10-year-old ended with the teen suspect telling a 911 dispatcher: "I...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Senate committee is expected to take up a bill this week that would expand DNA testing in Michigan. The bill would require people arrested for committing or attempting to commit a felony to provide a DNA sample. It was...
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...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Federal grants will support stepped-up research into ways to prevent invasions of the Great Lakes by foreign animal and plant species, with special emphasis on refining techniques that detect their DNA in the water,...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterA man accused of murdering an 84-year-old Mishawaka woman during a home invasion in December has been apprehended — 5,000 miles from the scene of the crime. William Karimu, 19, a native of Sierra Leone, Africa, was arrested by Sierra Leone...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — They live on your skin, up your nose, in your gut — enough bacteria, fungi and other microbes that collected together could weigh, amazingly, a few pounds. Now scientists have mapped just which critters normally live in or...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — Known as the fastest moving creature on Earth, the peregrine falcon carries this title for good reason. Falcon parents will do nearly anything to protect their young, swooping from cliffs or rooftops, at high speeds of up to more than...
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