Kelly Lovera was murdered in the back of his truck, when the police told his wife, they got a reaction that they were not expecting.
Mike Dixiano's wife Angela starts to fall back into prostitution to help pay for her drug addiction, could Mike be too over bearing?
When Kenda arrives on the scene it looks like a burglary gone wrong. But was it staged to look that way?
After being let go, Johnny Baca is looking to even the score with his former employer John Adair and his boyfriend John Mix.
Detectives from Spring Valley PD in New York travel to Haiti to interview a man rumored to have information in the 14-year-old murder case of Rene Charles.
Crime Feed's Michelle Sigona talks about how one man's gut instant helped to put a killer behind bars.
Kenda comes across Eric Houston, who is covered in blood and clearly beaten. He's new to the area, who would want to harm him?
What could retired elementary school teacher, Carol Evans, do to deserve to be strangled to death?
Returning from the club, young Eva Hartmann came home to find her father, Werner in his bedroom. Unfortunately she found him murdered, naked, and lying in a
Aphrodite interviews the Le family, coping with the loss of a family member, Michelle Le. How do they stay motivated?
When Katrina Sarkissian's younger sister, Sabrina argued with do-gooder Deanna Maran at a party, Katrina sprung into action. Katrina stabbed Deanna in the
Could picking the wrong doctor in your practice lead you towards a trail of death?
Sheila Jo Harris was raising money to enter her next pageant but, her dream was never realized. In January of 1982 she was found murdered in her apartment
Mary Frances, a Jersey Girl, moves in with family, but it creates tension, and Mary Francis decides to eliminate some of her issues with poison.
Crime Feed's Michelle Sigona talks about the infamous Drew Peterson case.
James May has a confession to make. He thinks the Mini, the Beetle and the Fiat are unashamedly retro. Here's why.
James drives a Cadillac and compares 1950s California car lifestyle to that of Birmingham, England's.
James cruises through Italy in a Fiat 500 before ditching it in front of a cathedral to drive the country's own people's car: the Fiat 124. Forgive him, Father.
James May goes on an international quest to find the ultimate car of the people. For a Top Gear special, these cars are rather small in stature. But that doesn't stop Captain Slow from having a marvelous time.
Richard Hammond puts the pedal to the metal to see if cow poo can successfully power a car.
You'll have to trawl a ton of clips to find a film in which Jeremy uses the word 'brilliant' so often. It's like watching a QVC Diamonique showcase.
In the interest of testing the urban myth that if you drive fast enough you'll outfox a speed camera, the Stig rolls out his full fast armory. Can a TVR pull this off?
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