Former Ohio high school cheerleader Brooke Skylar Richardson, facing the potential of life in prison if she was convicted for the death of her newborn, gambled and turned down an offer from prosecutors that would have thrown out the most serious charge against her, reports "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty.
Two children vanish and an Idaho mother won’t say where they are. In their first network TV interview, her mother and sister say she’d never harm her children. So where are the kids? CBS News correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
In October 2013, after a night out on date, a young Wisconsin woman vanishes — "48 Hours" investigates the search to find her and the search for justice for her killer
Linda Stermer – whose conviction in her husband's death was vacated in 2018 – says she accidentally ran over her husband after he escaped a house fire.
Massachusetts urologist, who was fired after a billing scandal, killed his wife and left her body in a small pond in an affluent Boston suburb, prosecutors said
Taylor was killed when officers from the Louisville Metro Police Department conducted a "no-knock" search warrant for illegal drugs at her home in March. None were found.
The FBI believes these skulls drawn in blood are the number of victims murdered by a prolific serial killer. Inside the FBI search to identify them."48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
A young girl's disappearance remained one family's dark secret for more than 20 years. Just when detectives were sure they solved the case, a routine traffic stop upended their investigation.
The Find My Friends app leads to the body of a missing college student as her suspected killer flees the country. Will he get away with murder?