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Jana Monroe was a trailblazer who rose through the ranks while at the FBI. Although she investigated some of the country's most notorious serial killers, many are familiar with her work in the movie industry. She shares what it was like to provide consultation for the film, The Silence Of The Lambs.

As we usher in the new year, we'll be looking at a new stage of the presidential race. Republican Strategist and Co-Founder of South & Hill Strategies Colin Reed joins with a look at how things are heating up in 2024.

On June 4th, 1989, the bodies of a mother and her two teenage daughters were found hogtied and undressed, floating in Tampa Bay. Retired FBI Special Agent Jana Monroe worked on the case from beginning to end.

Time for a review session!

Shannon is joined by best-selling author, Pastor Jonathan Pokluda for a conversation about his latest book, Why Do I Do What I Don't Want to Do?: Replace Deadly Vices with Life-Giving Virtues.

One company has developed breakthrough forensic technology that's capable of bringing answers to decades-old crimes. President and CEO of M-Vac Systems and host of the All Things Crime podcast Jared Bradley explains the science behind the M-Vac.

This year marked the launch of the FOX True Crime Podcast. In this episode, Emily looks back at some of the most compelling stories she covered in 2023.

This year saw the announcements, and suspensions, of many presidential campaigns. Things are only heating up for candidates as they fight for a spot on the ballot in November.

Happy holidays from the Hornacek family!

Shannon sits down with Pastor Max Lucado to reflect on the state of the world and emphasize the importance of the Christmas story to bring hope to the world.

Although the holidays are meant to be a time of joy and cheer, they can be especially difficult for members of law enforcement who are out on the job. Founding Chairman and CEO of the Community Police Relations Foundation Al Eskanazy highlights the incredible work his organization does.

In 2003, elementary school vice principal Vincent Brothers slaughtered his entire family and staged the crime to look like a break-in. Retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent Mark Safarik provides insight into the behavioral dynamics of the shocking case.

While early-voting states play a key role in whether or not a candidate's name appears on the ballot, swing states are important in determining who will win the election.

What's the deal with Santa Claus? And did Grandma really get runover by a reindeer?

The Bachelor’s Madison Prewett Troutt found her happy ending!

It's estimated that tens of thousands of people incarcerated in our prison system were wrongfully convicted. Executive Director of the Innocence Project of Florida Seth Miller explains how the organization operates and the challenges they face and shares ways listeners can contribute to the non-profit.