Crime. Five days a week. From the reporters and journalists who know these stories best. Brought to you by the studio behind Bardstown and The Officer's Wife and hosted by Will Johnson and Reed Redmond, hosts of VAULT Studios' weekly True Crime Chronicles.
"Day by day the suspect list was growing"
Police in East Cleveland, Ohio, have announced arrests in connection to the disappearance and death of 22-year-old Alishah Pointer. Marisa Saenz has been reporting on this case for WKYC in Cleveland.
"Why would someone kill four innocent girls"
Thirty years after four teenagers were murdered inside an Austin yogurt store, investigators are still looking for answers. KVUE Reporter Tony Plohetski tells us about the case, the investigation over the years, and where the investigation stands today.
"The driver dumped packages at least six different times"
In Alabama, hundreds of FedEx packages were found dumped in the woods, and the closely watched trial of Kimberly Kessler is getting underway in Florida.
"Such an act should have never been a crime"
Last month, the Louisiana Pardon Board held a hearing to determine if the record of Homer Plessy, a civil rights activist who was arrested in 1982 for refusing to give up his seat on a whites-only train car, should be pardoned. WWL-TV Reporter Paul Murphy shares the board's decision.
"They walk out with all of this merchandise"
Organized retail crime is hitting big-name stores around the country. KHOU Reporter Tiffany Craig tells us how thieves are brazenly getting away with it.
"Right in the heart of our city"
On the morning of Oct. 31, 2019, 22-year-old Corey Harrell, Jr., was shot to death while driving in downtown Moline, Ill. Four years later, his family still wants answers. WQAD Reporter David Bohlman shares the latest.