This is the WQAD The Justice Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Peoria. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|1:00 AM||Intervention |
Drug addiction and alcoholism are the subjects.
|2:00 AM||Cold Case Files |
David Draheim is convicted of murder in 2002 for a 1986 crime. Host: Bill Kurtis.
|3:00 AM||New Detectives |
Revealing causes of deaths that were incorrectly classified as natural. Included: arsenic poisoning and cocaine overdoses.
|4:00 AM||Main Street Mysteries |
The murder of fortune-teller Ha Smith and her daughter in 2005.
|4:30 AM||Main Street Mysteries |
The 1993 murder of Beth Bosworth, a babysitter whose stabbed body was recovered from a house fire, and the subsequent investigation to find her killer are detailed.
|5:00 AM||City Confidential |
A 1995 rape case involving a former Texas sheriff convicted of assaulting a woman under arrest for shooting her husband.
|10:00 AM||Forensic Factor |
A look at the disappearance of the owner of a private school for Asian students.
|11:00 AM||Crime Stories |
The 1996 murder of a prostitute in Saskatchewan, Canada, is recounted.
|12:00 PM||Crime Stories |
A 1951 murder that led to a revenge killing by a relative of the victim is recounted.
|1:00 PM||Crime Stories |
A 1996 serial-murder case involving a nurse and the suspicious deaths of patients.
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