Grandmother 'Not Returning Home Until We Know Something' About Missing ToddlerKyrian Knox, 2, was reported missing Sept. 17, but police have said they believe he was last seen around Aug. 20. On Labor Day weekend, police found the severed hands, feet, and head of an unidentified toddler in the Garfield Park lagoon, but Kyrian's family does not believe those remains are Kyrian's.
Rockford Police Check Possible Link Between Garfield Park Remains, Missing ToddlerPolice are checking to see if the child’s remains found in the Garfield Park lagoon over the Labor Day weekend might belong to a Rockford toddler reported missing last week.
Report: Some DNA Evidence Test Results In Patrick Kane's FavorKane denies a woman's claim he raped her at his upstate New York home in early August.
Legislation Would Change Statute Of Limitations In Rape CasesA bill once again before lawmakers would start the clock ticking once a rape kit is processed. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Exonerated Inmate Adapting To Life -- And Smart Phones -- After 21 Years Behind BarsOn Friday, Angel Gonzalez talked with CBS 2's Mai Martinez about what it's like to finally be free.
Doggie DNA Tests May Help Identify Your Mutt's BackgroundCBS 2 tried two different brands on five dogs and got some surprising results, Dana Kozlov reports.
New Reforms Aim To Make Police Lineups More ReliableCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley takes a look at a new law that protects the innocent.
New DNA Tests OK'd In Murder Of Former Bears Player's Girlfriend Serving a double life sentence for killing the pregnant girlfriend of ex-Chicago Bear Shaun Gayle, Marni Yang is hoping new DNA tests will pave the way for her exoneration, the News-Sun is reporting.
Former Inmate Freed By DNA Evidence Now Charged In Dice Game MurderA Chicago man who served 32 years in prison before DNA evidence overturned his conviction in the 1980 rape and murder of a 3-year-old girl has now been charged with killing a man after a dispute in a dice game.
FBI Reopens 1964 Kidnapping CaseThe FBI has re-opened a 1964 kidnapping case in Chicago, after DNA evidence revealed the man believed to have been the victim was not the infant who was taken from Michael Reese Hospital nearly 50 years ago.
Cook County To Begin Collecting DNA Samples After Supreme Court RulingSome Cook County Jail inmates and others arrested in the county will soon have to give DNA samples, now that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that taking such samples after an arrest does not amount to an "unreasonable search."
Court Ruling On DNA Swabs Worries Local Privacy AdvocatesThe court ruled it is ok to take a DNA mouth swab from a person simply while under arrest to see if they could be connected to unsolved crimes.