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A world-famous artist who designed a museum in St. Louis was found dead at the site of his next creation. Bob Cassilly's bloody body was found slumped in the cab of a crashed bulldozer that police say rolled down a hill at a sprawling new project Cassilly was building, called Cementland, on Sept. 26, 2011. Was it just an accident, or something more sinister?
A Brooklyn man has been charged in the death of Karina Vetrano.
Chanel Lewis, 20, was charged with second-degree murder and is being held without bail, police said. He faces up to 25 years to life in prison if convicted.
If Pam Hupp is convicted of first-degree murder in the death of a man with disabilities, the St. Charles County prosecutor said Thursday he will pursue the death penalty.
A grand jury indicted Hupp in December 2016 for allegedly killing Louis Gumpenberger.
It was supposed to be an exciting new chapter for Kelsie Schelling. She had just found out she was pregnant with her first child. But instead the young mother-to-be would end up the subject of a tragic mystery.
A Crime Watch Daily update on a teacher's student-sex scandal out of Iowa.
Mary Beth Haglin, a substitute teacher, hooked up with her teenage student. And she was more than happy to share the seedy details with Crime Watch Daily Correspondent Jason Mattera, down to their pet names for each other.
Now Haglin is learning how much jail time that forbidden romance will cost her. And it seems Haglin has found herself a shocking new profession.
A young mother in Missouri, eight and half months pregnant with baby number two, leaves church to meet up with the man she says was the father of that unborn baby. She would never been seen again.
Crime Watch Daily joins forces with the U.S. Marshals Service to track down one of the men on the 15 Most Wanted List.
Two pretty young sisters murdered execution-style. A terrified 2-year-old was caught in the middle of the gruesome bloodbath.
What the killer didn't know was there was someone else hiding inside the apartment.
Now U.S. Marshals are on a desperate manhunt for the fugitive they say is so evil, he's been named one of their 15 Most Wanted.
Molly Miller, 17, and 21-year-old Colt Haynes vanished on July 8, 2013. What began with a police chase ends in anguish for family members.
But trying to find out what happened to Molly and Colt uncovers possible corruption from the very top to the very bottom.
How much would you pay to save the life of your best friend? A California woman raised a lot of money after claiming she was dying of cancer.
The big problem: It was all one big scam.
He's the baby doctor who was delivering punch lines in the delivery room, caught on video, allegedly drunk, as a woman gives birth. He's heard saying he's come to the hospital straight from the bar.
And now he's about to get a sobering wake-up call from Crime Watch Daily.