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John Walsh

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  • A murder, a bad investigation, and finally, a killer found

    A murder, a bad investigation, and finally, a killer found
    If you like your true crime populated by clever killers, tenacious detectives and intriguing, eccentric suspects, and if you demand a whodunit mystery with a satisfying measure of redemption, "Bringing Adam Home" is not the book for you. This is a tale...
  • Fox Cancels America's Most Wanted

    Fox Cancels America's Most Wanted
    Say "so long" to America's Most Wanted on Saturday nights. Fox’s Fugitive hunt is getting the axe. Not to put too fine a point on it, but Fox says AMW is going away because it's not paying the bills. Fox hasn't been making any money on the show for...
  • Lifetime picks up America's Most Wanted

    Lifetime picks up America's Most Wanted
    John Walsh has found a new home for "America's Most Wanted." The Lifetime cable network has picked up the series formerly on Fox. The broadcast network said "AMW" had become too expensive to continue as a weekly program but that it would be kept alive as...
  • 'Most Wanted' on the move

    Earlier this year, Fox canceled the long-running Saturday crime-fighting series "America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back" -- as it had done in 1996, before a torrent of complaints from law enforcement urged a change of heart -- but said the show...
  • 'America's Most Wanted' tipster said he saw Whitey Bulger playing chess in Santa Monica in 2008

     
    The host of "America's Most Wanted" said Friday that one of the scores of tips that followed a 2008 broadcast about James "Whitey" Bulger included a claim that the notorious Boston mob boss was seen in Santa Monica -- three......
  • Bills Before State House Would Close PA Megan's Law Loopholes.

     
    The state House is set to vote this week on legislation that would make sure Pennsylvania meets national standards to register and track sex offenders -- or risk the loss of federal grant money if it does not. But juvenile justice advocates are protesting...
  • Corbett Gets Megan's Law Fixes.

     
    A Bill Closing Loopholes ... ... in Pennsylvania's Megan's Law statute is headed for Gov. Tom Corbett's desk. Under the bill approved by the state Senate, homeless and out-of-state sex offenders will face criminal penalties if they fail to register......
  • TV re-enactment nets 100 tips in Boca mall slayings

    TV re-enactment nets 100 tips in Boca mall slayings
    The gripping re-enactments of three crimes centered at the Town Center mall yielded 100 tips after Saturday's airing on America's Most Wanted, police said Monday. The half-hour segment was dedicated to the slayings of Randi Gorenberg and of Nancy...
  • On 'Dateline,' victim tells of carjacking at Boca Raton mall

    On 'Dateline,' victim tells of carjacking at Boca Raton mall
    The only known survivor of the mysterious killings and carjackings centered on the Town Center mall in Boca Raton detailed her harrowing experience for a national television audience Sunday, describing her abductor as meticulous and well-prepared —...
  • America's Most Wanted host: Serial killer at work in Boca

    <i>America's Most Wanted</i> host: Serial killer at work in Boca
    Did a serial killer commit three slayings and three robberies in the Boca Raton area last year? A television crime-solver says yes. The Palm Beach County sheriff says there are possible connections. Boca Raton's police chief says it's too early to tell....
  • Hope, help fade for the missing

    Hope, help fade for the missing
    Long before Caylee Marie Anthony, Jennifer Kesse and Jessica Lunsford became household names in Central Florida, 20-year-old Tiffany Sessions walked out of her apartment near the University of Florida and never returned. Like the more recent...