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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...
South Bend TribuneThe smallest piece of evidence appeared to be the big break detectives were looking for in solving the death of a 33-year-old Mishawaka woman found dead outside a tobacco store in December. Hair fibers found in the hand of murder victim Barbara...
MISHAWAKA — The investigation into the death of 84-year-old Lois Hickey of Mishawaka appears to have received another blow recently. Blood found at the scene of the homicide believed to have belonged to the killer did not bring back any matches...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Health, Human Body, Human Body, Chemicals
WHITE PINE, Mich. (AP) — A Canadian biotechnology company that's been growing plants underground for more than a decade at a former copper mine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula wants to cultivate medical marijuana at the site. The Detroit Free Press...
SOUTH BEND TRIBUNEMISHAWAKA — Police say the person who broke into a home and stabbed and killed an 84-year-old woman was cut in the process, and they’d like the public’s help in finding the suspect. On Thursday, police discovered the body of Lois Hickey...
Tribune Staff WritersA Fort Wayne man was convicted in the New Year’s Day rape of a 19-year-old store clerk. It took a jury a little more than two hours Thursday night to find Robert P. Kemp Jr. guilty on each count of rape and criminal deviate conduct in the sex...
Tags: Sex, Trials, Indiana, South Bend (St. Joseph, Indiana), Judges
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Some police officers across the country are opposing efforts to force them to submit DNA samples, saying they're concerned about privacy rights and the possibility management would misuse the information. A number of police...
CHICAGO (AP) — A sheriff whose office exhumed the skeletal remains of eight of serial killer John Wayne Gacy's never-identified victims says dozens of families have come forward for DNA testing. Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart said Monday about 70...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Human Body, John Wayne Gacy, DNA
SOUTH BEND — A South Bend man charged with murder was ordered today to provide a DNA sample for investigators in his case. Brian Cocot, 38, was arrested June 13 and faces a Class A felony charge in the death of his wife Marsha. Judge Jerome...
State officials say tests show no Asian carp DNA has been found in Michigan waters. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment says the tests for bighead and silver carp DNA conducted Sept. 15 to Oct. 5 found no DNA in the Galien, St....
Tags: Michigan, Chemical Industry, Ohio, Wisconsin, Human Body
KNOX - Nearly 41 years after a young soldier went missing in Vietnam, his remains have been identified. Now, George Andrews Howes' remains will finally be coming home. In a home on a farm just north of Knox, family and friends of George Andrews "Andy"...
DETROIT (AP) — A lawyer for a man arrested in connection to a string of rapes that terrorized Detroit says investigators have told him they have DNA evidence linking his client to the attacks. Defense lawyer James Galen Jr. tells The Detroit...
Tags: Human Body, Assault, DNA, Justice System, Crime, Law and Justice
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