Jodi Huisentruit, the morning news anchor at Iowa's KIMT-TV was reported missing on June 27, 1995. Mason City Police are still at work trying to solve this case 23 years later.
Jodi Huisentruit vanished from her apartment complex’s parking lot in the very early morning hours of June 27, 1995. A few months later, police released Jodi’s apartment back to her family, who allowed Minneapolis CBS affiliate WCCO to film the anchor woman’s home.
A young mom calls 911 claiming she cut her own throat in front of her estranged husband and her child -- doctors say there’s no way she did it to herself. Erin Moriarty investigates.
Tiffany Mead thought she was safe after her estranged husband, Kristopher Ertmann, was arrested for slashing her throat. But investigators discovered Ertmann was trying to hire a hit man to finish the job. To make a case they needed proof, so they sent in an undercover cop posing as a hit man.
Mark D'Amico, his girlfriend and a homeless veteran allegedly concocted a good Samaritan story to scam donors
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Authorities in suburban Pittsburgh say they deem the bathroom incident bullying, not hate crime for now
Lee Barnett eluded the FBI for almost two decades after fleeing the U.S. with her young daughter -- now she tells her side of the story to "48 Hours"
"48 Hours" goes inside a family's mission to restore their student-athlete son's reputation seven years after he was fatally shot by a police officer
The beloved radio icon's widow and children from his first marriage are suing each other for wrongful death with accusations on each side that the other hastened Kasem's demise