Daily Archives: April 29, 2011

Missing Soldier’s Remains Come Home, 60 Years Later

NBC Connecticut
The remains of an Old Saybrook Korean War soldier who had been missing since 1950 are coming home to Connecticut for burial.

Forensic science regulator could gain statutory powers

A Commons committee inquiry hears details of changes that will see private contractors and police forces carrying out their own work

New DNA test could help solve cold cases

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) – A break through in technology could give authorities the break they need to solve a high profile murder case. They hope a new DNA test can give them more information on the suspect in Sherry Black’s murder.

Crime: Fears over Wetherby forensic science centre closure

Yorkshire Daily News
A MINISTER has defended the £70m cost to the taxpayer of winding up the Forensic Science Service (FSS) – including a laboratory in Wetherby which has helped solve some of Britain’s most notorious crimes.

Texas Department of Public Safety completes construction of new crime lab


The Texas Department of Public Safety has completion construction of its $14 million new crime lab in northwest Houston, US.