This is the WIAT Justice Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Birmingham Ann/Tusc Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|3:00 AM||New Detectives |
Examining how insects can aid in forensic investigations, sometimes proving the time of death in a homicide.
|4:00 AM||Main Street Mysteries |
The 2007 murder of Donna Paradis and the investigation that nabbed her killer.
|4:30 AM||Main Street Mysteries |
The disappearance and murder of firefighter Nemecio Nandin is detailed.
|5:00 AM|| new |
|6:00 AM||Bizarre Murders |
A woman portrayed as the brave survivor of a brutal attack is charged with killing her coworker over a tank top and staging the entire crime.
|6:30 AM||Bizarre Murders |
A barfly survives multiple attempts on his life, unaware that his 'friends' are trying to kill him so they can cash in his insurance policy.
|7:00 AM||Deadly Motives |
The nightstalker: Richard Ramirez.
|8:00 AM||Crime Stories |
The 1996 murder of a prostitute in Saskatchewan, Canada, is recounted.
|9:00 AM||Crime Stories |
A 1951 murder that led to a revenge killing by a relative of the victim is recounted.
|10:00 AM||New Detectives |
Criminal investigations involving teenage murderers. Included: a body found shot to death in a lake; a woman found strangled.
|11:00 AM||New Detectives |
A decade-old homicide in which the body showed no signs of a struggle. Also: a missing corpse complicates a murder investigation.
|12:00 PM||Cold Case Files |
The 1988 murder of actress Myra Davis, Janet Leigh's stand-in for “Psycho,” is solved in 2001. Also: a phone tip helps close a cold case.
|1:00 PM||Cold Case Files |
Murders involving children are solved, including the strangulation death of a 4-year-old girl. Host: Bill Kurtis.
|2:01 PM||Cruise Ship Killers |
|3:00 PM||Dominick Dunne |
On July 9, 1985 in Naples, Florida, a car exploded. It was carrying millionaire tobacco heiress Margaret Benson, her daughter Carol Lynn, and her adopted son Scott; only Carol Lynn survived. The police focus their investigation on Steven, Benson's eldest son, who was only yards away from the explosion. He stood to inherit nearly $10 million of the family's fortune. In August, 1986, after a sensational murder trial, Steven Benson, was convicted and sentenced to life in prison.
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