This is the KXMB Court TV Mystery TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Minot. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|5:00 PM||Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen |
A college student vanishes after a strange road trip.
|6:00 PM||Forensic Files |
The case of Kevin Green is related. In 1979, he was convicted of raping his wife; 16 years later, DNA evidence exonerated him.
|6:30 PM||Forensic Files |
The case of Aaron and Faye Copeland is related. The farming couple was convicted of murder in a bizarre scheme.
|7:00 PM||The First 48 |
A man is shot to death during a robbery in Texas; and a mother of two is murdered in Birmingham.
|8:00 PM||The First 48 |
A double homicide in Cincinnati that left a hairdresser and his elderly neighbor dead is investigated; and, in Harris County, Texas, a 30-year-old mother of three is murdered.
|9:00 PM||The First 48 |
Two Birmingham detectives investigate separate murders and discover their cases are connected. Included: the shooting death of a 24-year-old father.
|10:00 PM||The FBI Files |
A case in which masked gunmen robbed a bank, exchanging gunfire with police, followed by the kidnapping of a jeweler.
|11:00 PM||Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen |
A woman disappears and evidence indicates she was leading a double life. Also: a woman with four children and a fifth on the way is mysteriously murdered.
|12:00 AM||Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen |
A woman's guard dogs serve as the only witnesses to her murder and an Atlanta girl faces sentencing for a string of jewelry thefts.
|1:00 AM||Unsolved Mysteries |
Unsolved cases were examined in this popular reality-based anthology, which became an NBC series after the success of a special hosted by Raymond Burr. Using reenactments and interviews with law officers and investigators, the program looked at various crimes, missing-person cases and occasional stories of the supernatural.
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