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23 minutes | 2 days ago
"They believed them enough to call him the prophet" (Warren Jeffs and the FLDS Church Pt. 2)
KPNX reporter Joe Dana joins again to discuss the world created by Warren Jeffs on the Utah-Arizona border, as well as the community's evolution since Jeffs was arrested.
21 minutes | 3 days ago
"So many tragic stories" (Warren Jeffs and the FLDS Church Pt. 1)
Fifteen years ago today, the FBI added a new name to its Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list: Warren Jeffs, the leader of a the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Joe Dana with KPNX in Phoenix joins to discuss his coverage of Jeffs and the FLDS Church dating back to the early 2000s.
11 minutes | 4 days ago
"Utter outrage and utter disbelief"
Friends and family of a woman killed earlier this year in Georgia are outraged that the man charged with her murder is out on bond. WXIA's Kaitlyn Ross tells us about Kelly Huber's case.
15 minutes | 5 days ago
"They were asking for a helicopter"
Thirty years ago, on April 4, 1991, four armed men entered an electronics store in South Sacramento, sparking one of the largest hostage situations in the history of the United States. ABC10's Brea Love spoke shares what happened.
15 minutes | 6 days ago
"You live and die by what you do"
Ronnie Long spent 44 years behind bars for a crime he didn't commit. He's a free man today. WCNC senior reporter Michelle Boudin tells us about Ronnie's fight for justice.
19 minutes | 9 days ago
"The only thing the mother ever wanted was answers"
A teenager is shot to death on a rural Ohio road in 1980. WTOL 11 reporter Brian Dugger has looked into the murder, the investigation, and possible connections to a violent killing spree.
11 minutes | 10 days ago
"He would give you the shirt off his back"
For four years, David Anderson's killing went unsolved, but investigators in Maine now say they've found his killer. News Center Maine's Jackie Mundry has been covering the developments.
10 minutes | 11 days ago
"Every single detective has looked at this case"
In November 1998, two young men were found shot to death inside a burned-out car in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. It's a case that still baffles investigators in this small town.
26 minutes | 12 days ago
"He no longer had power over them" (Golden State Killer Pt. 2)
The Golden State Killer seemingly stopped killing in the 1980s, but the investigation into his crimes continued. ABC10 reporter Mike Duffy discusses the efforts to bring down the Golden State Killer, as well as testimony from survivors who have shared their stories in court.
29 minutes | 13 days ago
"They never thought it was going to happen" (Golden State Killer Pt. 1)
Three years ago, authorities announced the arrest of a man who terrorized the state of California throughout the 1970s and 1980s—someone believed to be responsible for at least 13 murders, over 50 rapes and more than 100 burglaries. Madison Wade, reporter with ABC10 in Sacramento, has been following the case.
13 minutes | 16 days ago
"There may be additional victims"
Last month, an Oregon man was charged with two murders, more than two decades apart. KGW reporter Galen Ettlin shares what we know, as well as why investigators suggest there may be additional victims.
17 minutes | 17 days ago
"I don't think we will ever, ever know the truth"
It's been one year since Vanessa Guillen disappeared from Fort Hood in Texas. KHOU's Grace White takes a look back at her shocking murder and why her family believes more can still be done to prevent something like this from happening again.
13 minutes | 18 days ago
"He was the only one that left"
On Feb. 26, a college student named Marquise Jones seemingly vanished after leaving a get-together in New Orleans. Jade Cunningham has been covering his story for local news station WWL-TV.
13 minutes | 19 days ago
"I believe she was targeted"
Missy Bevers was killed inside a church in Midlothian, Texas in April 2016. Surveillance video captured the suspect pacing the halls before her murder. But Missy's death remains unsolved. Rebecca Lopez from WFAA in Dallas has the story.
18 minutes | 20 days ago
"This is something they've waited twenty-five years for"
Major news last week in the Kristin Smart case. KFMB reporter Shannon Handy tells us about the case that has attracted worldwide attention,.
14 minutes | 23 days ago
"Almost two months later, no sign of him yet"
The murder of a young Yale grad student has investigators searching nationwide for a killer. Tony Terzi at Fox61 in Connecticut tells us about the murder of Kevin Jiang.
19 minutes | 24 days ago
"She was never heard from again"
For 18 days this year, police in Ohio were searching for 33-year-old Melinda Davis. Then someone called in with the tip. Yeah, they got a tip from a citizen in that area and acted on it. I'm joined by clay, Gordon, anchor and reporter with 10 TV in Columbus, Ohio clay. First off.
14 minutes | 25 days ago
"He's been living out his life quietly"
34-year old Sylvia Quayle was found dead inside her Denver area home by her father in August 1981, KUSA9 reporter Matt Jablow describes the decades-long investigation into the horrific murder.
18 minutes | a month ago
"This isn't something that happens in their backyard"
On January 27th, 2002, three people were shot to death in a bowling alley in Littleton, Colo. Police recently announced they are reviewing the case and using new technology to retest evidence. KUSA producer Janet Oravetz shares the story.
12 minutes | a month ago
"She did not deserve for this to happen to her"
When Stacy Robinson Hunsucker died suddenly in 2018, her family knew something wasn't right. WCNC's Brandon Goldner tells us the story.
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