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Houston City Council approves moving crime lab to downtown building

Houston City Council has approved a plan for the Houston Forensic Science Center to move to a new space downtown. According to a City Council agenda item, the HFSC will move into approximately 83,080 ... read more

Houston's crime lab plans downtown move

A proposal by the city of Houston's crime lab to relocate from the Houston Police Department headquarters to another building downtown received a lukewarm ... Forensic science center leaders hope City ... read more

Forensic Science Center’s Crime Lab to Move to New Facility in 2019

after the Houston City Council approved the change during its Wednesday meeting. The crime lab will be moved to a building located at 500 Jefferson and the plan entails the construction of a crime ... read more

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