Daily Archives: September 5, 2010

Sheriff: building DNA lab will help solve cases, reduce crime


Herald Online South Carolina
Once complete, a new DNA lab at the York County Sheriff’s Office will help York County law enforcement agencies solve more crimes in less time, thereby enhancing crime prevention, sheriff’s office officials say.

Expected to cost about $540,000 for equipment, facilities and personnel, the lab will allow local agencies to process DNA evidence locally instead of sending it to the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, which sometimes has long turn-around times, officials say.

King Tut DNA findings


Summit Daily News
The mysteries surrounding King Tut are still unfolding, thanks to technology. When the King Tut exhibition opened at the Denver Art Museum in mid-summer, Dr. Zahi Hawass, the secretary general of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities spoke at a media event, announcing that within months, experts would reveal significant findings about the young boy king, thanks to DNA research.