This is the KPNX True Crime Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Phoenix (Prescott) Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|4:00 PM||New Detectives |
Forensic experts trace plastic tie-wraps to a suspect.
|5:00 PM||Cold Case Files |
Included: a 1984 murder is solved in 2000. Also: an investigation into a murder that was originally considered a suicide.
|6:00 PM||Cold Case Files |
A three-year-old boy death in 1990 was ruled as accidental until another child dies while in the care of the babysitter; A missing person in 1986 was never found until seven years later.
|7:00 PM||The Last 24 |
A Louisiana man is shot in his sleep, and detectives uncover details of his extracurricular love life and a death policy that promised to pay out, even in the event of his murder.
|8:00 PM||Cold Blood |
The murder of Donnah Winger is detailed.
|9:01 PM||Inside the Mind |
|10:00 PM||FBI: Criminal Pursuit |
Three murders in Jacksonville spark a worldwide manhunt for the killer.
|11:00 PM||Killer Kids |
Infidelity leads to trouble for teen lovers; a mother of identical twin daughters is murdered in Georgia.
|12:00 AM||Bizarre Murders |
A dead body discovered outside of a church leads to a world of sex, drugs and Halloween pranks.
|12:30 AM||Bizarre Murders |
An intended murder victim turns the tables and kills her would-be hitman.
|1:00 AM||Trace of Evil |
A look at the case involving the murders of Sharon Whelan and her two daughters, Zarah and Nadia.
|2:00 AM||Donal MacIntyre's Murder Files |
Detective Inspector Simon Shuttleworth explains how he solved the murder of ex-boxer Shaun Cummins by his carer, Thomas Dunkley.
|3:00 AM||The Killer Speaks |
In Great Falls, Montana, a 51-year-old former corrections officer is found dead with multiple stabbings and her throat slit.
|4:00 AM||City Confidential |
The 1993 murder of Alaska politician Joe Vogler, who disappeared after an argument over a business deal. Manfried West was convicted of the crime in 1995.
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