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.
"He just wanted to kill people"
In February 1999 a serial killer terrorized communities near Yosemite National Park. ABC10's Walt Gray tells us about the Yosemite Killer.
"A dagger into the community's heart"
Following the senseless shooting death 14-year-old Jamere Alfred, a barber in New Orleans, La., is challenging other barbers to join him in trying to decrease crime. WWLTV reporter Erika Ferrando joins us to share his message.
"The whole package of unusual and disturbing elements"
A grizzly discovery on the streets of Denver leads police to a suspect. Matt Jablow with KUSA 9News brings us the story.
"I think his words were he had to do it, he had to shoot him"
It's been one year since Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed in Brunswick, Georgia. Anne Schindler with FirstCoastNews in Jacksonville takes us back to February 2020 and tells us where things stand today for the three men charged in the case.
"She was calling him 'Little James'"
On Feb. 21, 2019, Cynthia Carver was last seen alive when she dropped her kids off at a babysitter's house. Two years later, Ali Weatherton from WVEC in Norfolk, Va., shares the story.
"Something this nice city had never experienced"
In 2016, an Uber driver terrorized residents in and around Kalamazoo, Michigan. Juliet Dragos, weeknight anchor at WZZM13 News, remembers the night Jason Dalton went on a killing spree.