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In a Maryland case that's garnered the attention of the other 49 states, the federal Department of Justice and the national science community, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday over whether to restrict police in collecting DNA to solve...
ELLSWORTH -- Ellsworth Community Schools has been honored with the prestigious Winners' Circle award from the Michigan Association of School Administrators. The goal of the Winners' Circle is to give recognition to innovative school programs that achieve...
HOUSTON -- A Texas judge is expected to consider Friday whether to grant a new trial for a man serving a life sentence for murdering his two stepsons by arson, or even to declare him innocent. Ed Graf, 60, was convicted in 1988 of locking his 8- and 9-...
Tags: Science, George Allen, Trials, Justice System, Judges
Most people don't start their day combing the newspaper for headlines about white-collar felons. But for Kelly Richmond Pope, it's just part of the job as a forensic accountant, and one she shares with students at DePaul University, where she is an...
The Baltimore SunAfter watching Wilde Lake lineman Moise Larose dominate both sides of the ball against Reservoir, Maryland coach Randy Edsall walked down from the stands and posed a simple question to Wildecats coach Michael Harrison. “Coach Edsall’s...
Maryland's DNA law, which allows police to take samples of suspects' genetic material for possible matches to other crimes, will be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court next year, the justices announced Friday. The law, a signature crime-fighting...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsSedgwick County Commissioners approve two grants to help the Sedgwick County Regional Forensic Science Center. Both grants come from the federal government through the KBI. One $65,000 grant will be used to help pay for a forensic scientist/toxicologist....
The following students from your area have been named to the dean's list at Waynesburg University for the Spring 2012 term: Kacey J. Bence, freshman criminal justice administration major from Somerset, Somerset Area High School Kaitlyn G....
A Montgomery County jury found Christopher Matthew Walrond, 34, guilty of rape and sodomy in a rape case in Christiansburg that happened in March 2011. The jury recommended a sentence of 16 years, 8 years on each charge. Earlier this month, Walrond...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Blacksburg, Sex Crimes, Science, Trials
Social studies, a subject that had been demoted in Maryland schools in recent years, will regain some of its past educational stature under a bill signed Tuesday by Gov. Martin O'Malley. Under the legislation — one of hundreds of bills O'Malley...
Seffner Armwood left tackle Kevin McCoy said after the Hawks had just won the Florida Class 6A state title on Dec. 17, that he was leaning toward taking his services to Vanderbilt over UCF. McCoy took his official visit to UCF this past weekend. That...
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KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsDr. Tim Rohrig has a way to describe the dangers of potpourri and bath salts. “It's like playing chemical Russian roulette,” says Rohrig who leads the Sedgwick County Forensic Science Center. His scientists are trying to catch up to a...
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