No Abominable Snowman? DNA Study Says Yetis Are Just BearsA new study of the mysterious creature, also known as a Yeti, has found that its DNA is closely tied to common bears found in Asia.
County Prosecutor McCulloch Disputes Greitens' Stay of Execution OrderGreitens is facing criticism from St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch for his stay of execution.
Missouri Prepares to Execute Its 2nd Inmate of 2017Attorneys for Marcellus Williams, 48, have asked Governor Eric Greitens for clemency and argue there is a lack of DNA evidence in the conviction.
UK Grants 1st License to Make Babies Using DNA From 3 PeopleIn effort to prevent women from passing on potentially fatal genetic diseases to their children — the first time such approval has been granted.
Illinois Detectives Investigate Inmate in 1986 CaseThe man is suspected in other cases and confessed to dozens of crimes involving women, but recanted.
Black Mothers Wonder if Their Lost Babies are Still AliveEighteen black women who were told decades ago that their babies had died at a St. Louis hospital are now wondering if the children could have been taken from them still very much alive.
Headless Body Found in 1987 Exhumed in Eastern MissouriAuthorities in eastern Missouri's Warren County west of St. Louis have exhumed the remains of a headless, handless man in hopes of identifying him 28 years after his body was found.
Body of Decapitated Man to be Exhumed in Warren CountySheriff's detectives are hopeful that DNA testing can be used to identify the fair-skinned man and solve the killing.
Identifying Remains of Malaysian Airliner Victims Could Take MonthsForensic pathologists in The Netherlands have spent the weekend attempting to identify the remains of victims from the crash of the Malaysian Airliner. It's a grim task, with charred remains degrading the quality of the DNA, and experts say it may take weeks if not months to complete the job.
DNA Dispute Slows Prosecution in Percy Deadly FireRandolph County State's Attorney Jeremy Walker says state police testing of evidence may destroy some of the potential trial exhibits in the case.
Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce's Tweets Draw Ire of JudgesThe judges are concerned that such statements could taint a jury, harming the defendant's right to a fair trial.
St. Louis Man Hopes DNA Proves Innocence Rodney Lee Lincoln's case was one of six chosen by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce in 2003 for further scrutiny and DNA testing.