Texas officials are raising concerns over Rapid DNA analysis that has been used to identify California wildfire victims and verify family connections on the US-Mexico border.
Prosecutors say DNA evidence has cleared a man who had been accused of driving drunk and injuring two Houston police officers during a fiery crash.
Authorities have identified two women whose bodies were separately found in a Houston-area oil field more than 27 years ago.
Investigators say DNA evidence has led to the arrest of an ex-neighbor charged in the 1986 death of an 83-year-old woman in her San Angelo.
The burned body of a woman found more than 12 years ago has been identified and there is a man in custody who has confessed.
A Texas lab that's a world leader in specialized DNA testing has stopped accepting samples from outside the state because of funding issues.
An appeal to allow additional DNA testing in a Texas death penalty case has been denied.
The state's highest criminal court has refused to reconsider its ruling reversing a trial court judge's decision that would have allowed additional DNA testing of evidence a condemned killer contends could show...
A Texas lawmaker has proposed legislation intended to fix issues created by a 2011 law he authored that makes crime-scene DNA testing difficult for convicts.
Houston officials say a $4.4 million effort to test a backlog of rape kits has yielded over 1,000 DNA databank matches and charges against 19 people.