This is the WFMY The Justice Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Brookville Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|1:00 PM||Crime Stories |
The case of murders in a kidnapping-for-ransom scheme carried out by Russian immigrants in the U.S. is examined.
|2:00 PM||Crime Stories |
A serial spouse-killer case from 1978 is recalled.
|3:00 PM||Crime Stories |
A 1951 murder that led to a revenge killing by a relative of the victim is recounted.
|4:00 PM||New Detectives |
Cases of fraud. Included: a man covers his guilt in a murder and arson investigation; a man makes a murder looks like a car accident.
|5:00 PM||New Detectives |
In criminal investigations, a simple clue can provide the key to place a suspect at a crime scene.
|6:00 PM||New Detectives |
An ATF informant disappears; evidence from a car links a man to a murder; a search for a missing roommate turns up a body.
|7:00 PM||New Detectives |
Examining cases involving bombers, snipers and spree killers. Included: forensics involving blood work.
|8:00 PM||Trace of Evil |
In May 1995, the body of a young woman is found on a golf course just miles from Albany, New York.
|9:00 PM||Trace of Evil |
A killer, who identified then murdered his victims, causes a manhunt which lasts nearly three decades. The science of DNA eventually leads to his capture.
|10:00 PM||Killer Kids |
The case of a Florida teen who killed his sister; the case of the Warwick Slasher in Rhode Island.
|11:00 PM||Killer Kids |
Copycat murders are planned by two teenage boys; a 4-year-old is found dead in Savona, N.Y.
|12:00 AM||Dog the Bounty Hunter |
Dog helps two women in need, including a woman who is dying from cancer and wants to see him as a final request.
|12:30 AM||Dog the Bounty Hunter |
Dog takes his daughter along to help in a case.
|1:00 AM||The Investigators |
New Orleans police search for a murder victim after a drifter is allegedly killed. Their investigation leads them to fans of a cult film.
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