This is the KTHV Court TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Little Rck. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|5:00 PM||It Takes a Killer |
A woman's body is found hidden in bushes on a Florida beach.
|5:30 PM||It Takes a Killer |
The murder of a man inside his suburban Los Angeles home sets off a chain reaction of murder, conspiracy and furious cover-ups, which ultimately point back to a mastermind who's in it for the money.
|6:00 PM||It Takes a Killer |
A bloodbath inside a Beverly Hills mansion leads to a highly publicized investigation. Included: Law enforcement uncovers family secrets.
|6:30 PM||It Takes a Killer |
The random murder of a woman in Montana is investigated.
|7:00 PM||Forensic Files |
Police try to determine the identity of a woman whose burned body is discovered. To help them, they turn to dental records.
|7:30 PM||Forensic Files |
Over-the-counter medication is tampered with, resulting in the deaths of two Seattle residents.
|8:00 PM||Forensic Files |
An investigation into threatening letters sent to an elementary school teacher leads the police to an unlikely suspect.
|8:30 PM||Forensic Files |
|9:00 PM||Corrupt Crimes |
A young woman disappears from the streets of Southampton, England and police launch a massive manhunt that leads them all the way to India.
|9:30 PM||Corrupt Crimes |
A 19 year-old bank robber brags about her crime online and a promising biopharmaceutical company becomes a stock market predator.
|10:00 PM||Corrupt Crimes |
Over 50 people are murdered in the Ukraine at the hands of a mentally disturbed man and a broker initiates the most lucrative instance of insider trading in history.
|10:30 PM||Corrupt Crimes |
A Russian banker is killed by two gunmen and authorities initially believed he was involved with the Russian mafia before realizing he was attempting to resolve corruption in the Russian banking system.
|11:00 PM||Forensic Files |
Examining the 1993 case of a tainted water supply in Milwaukee that was blamed for the death of 100 people and sickening 400,000 more.
|11:30 PM||Forensic Files |
The deaths of a child and a truck driver in the same hospital on the same day are investigated to see if they are linked.
|12:00 AM||The FBI Files |
A parole officer is found dead in his car with a fatal gunshot wound in New York City.
|1:00 AM||The FBI Files |
The case of convicted bank robber Byron Chubbuck, whose crimes were fueled by political beliefs.
|2:00 AM||The FBI Files |
The investigation into the murder of Polly Klaas, and the capture of the suspected killer, Richard Allen Davis.
|3:00 AM||The FBI Files |
A murder in Port Washington, Ohio, is investigated by the FBI.
|4:00 AM||The FBI Files |
The apparent kidnapping of a man's wife leaves the FBI with an unusual ransom note to provide clues.
|5:00 AM||Deep Undercover |
A case centers on the point man for the FBI's case against a white supremacist group. He goes undercover and discovers the group is plotting an armored-car heist and planning to kill the drivers.
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