This is the WLTX The Justice Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Columbia Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|6:00 PM||Body of Evidence |
The death of Texas millionaire Absalom T. Webber Jr. in 1997 is investigated.
|6:30 PM||Body of Evidence |
An alleged sexual predator is hunted by the police in Tampa.
|7:00 PM||Body of Evidence |
The death of a pizza-delivery driver is investigated.
|7:30 PM||Body of Evidence |
A man's shooting is examined.
|8:00 PM||Body of Evidence |
The investigation into a roadside slaying of a businessman is featured.
|8:30 PM||Body of Evidence |
The deaths of two women in Florida are investigated.
|9:00 PM||Body of Evidence |
A mother is missing from Citrus County, Fla.
|9:30 PM||Body of Evidence |
A 1991 attack on Florida residents Keith and Anita Yunk is recalled. Keith was killed in the assault and his wife's throat was slashed.
|10:00 PM||Body of Evidence |
The 1989 murder of Floridian Renee Baker, who was attacked by Scott Erskine after her car broke down in Palm Beach County.
|10:30 PM||Body of Evidence |
A case involving a hitchhiker is examined.
|11:00 PM||Body of Evidence |
The 2000 murder of Florida resident Isabelle Pedroza is recalled. The victim's daughter, Linda, admitted to her role in the strangulation death.
|11:30 PM||Body of Evidence |
|12:00 AM||World's Most Evil Killers |
Serial killer Richard Ramirez, who was dubbed the "Night Stalker," is profiled.
|1:00 AM||World's Most Evil Killers |
The story of the "Dating Game Killer," who appeared on a dating game show in the midst of a killing spree that may have claimed as many as 130 victims.
|2:00 AM||Trace of Evil |
A man is brought to justice after serving a crime he did not commit.
|3:00 AM||Cold Case Files |
The case of a serial killer who targets prostitutes is solved. Host: Bill Kurtis.
|4:00 AM||New Detectives |
Forensic detectives analyze clues to establish patterns of guilt.
|5:00 AM||Fred Dinenage: Murder Casebook |
Fred Dinenage investigates the case of Armin Meivas in Germany.
|6:00 AM||I Survived... |
A journalist is kidnapped in Pakistan.
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