Produced by Lourdes Aguiar Betty Jones and her friend Kathryn Crigler were brutally attacked on Labor Day in 1990 after answering a knock on the door at Crigler's Starkville, Miss., home. Jones, who opened the door, was stabbed immediately and died. Crigler, who was in a wheelchair, was in the rear of the home. The killer walked back to Crigler's room, raped her, strangled her and left her for dead. Crigler was able to crawl to a phone and call for help. She died two months later. Starkville detective Bill Lott says the crime scene "was as bad as anything Jack the Ripper ever did." "It's frustrating," Lott told "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger this past summer of not yet having solved the crime. "Yeah, it's frustrating, no doubt about it." The case, which was unsolved for three decades, prompted Betty Jones' step-grandson, Jason B. Jones, to spotlight the case in a podcast. Jones, who was 10 at the time of the murders, launched his podcast in September 2017 as a way to … [Read more...] about Podcast spotlights Mississippi double murder – can new DNA technology solve the cold case?
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INTELLIGENCE MATTERS - JOHN MILLER HOST: MICHAEL MORELL PRODUCER: OLIVIA GAZIS MICHAEL MORELL: John, thanks for joining us today. It is great to have you on the show. So this is a big turning of the tables. When I-- (OVERTALK) JOHN MILLER: --role reversal here. MICHAEL MORELL: -- exactly. When I (LAUGH) retired from CIA, you were at CBS and you interviewed me for 60 Minutes. And if I remember, you interviewed me for several hours-- JOHN MILLER: Yes. MICHAEL MORELL: --for what ultimately became 20 minutes. JOHN MILLER: That's right. MICHAEL MORELL: So this is gonna be a 30-minute interview for a 30-minute podcast. Just sayin'. JOHN MILLER: I'm glad to see CBS has done so much with productivity since I left. MICHAEL MORELL: John, you have had an unusual career. You got interested in the news very early. I read somewhere that in high school you were taking news photographs and selling them. And I heard you were skipping school to do press briefings. JOHN MILLER: Only the last period. … [Read more...] about Transcript: John Miller talks with Michael Morell on “Intelligence Matters”
It has been nearly two-and-a-half years since country singer-songwriter Rory Feek lost his wife and singing partner, Joey, to cancer. Now, as he's started performing solo, Feek talks with Anthony Mason about singing again without her, his relationship with his daughters, and his life as a widower/single dad in an interview for CBS' "Sunday Morning," to be broadcast June 17. Feek tells Mason that he feels no different about his wife now than he did when Joey died in March of 2016: "I feel just as married and just as in love. And I feel like she's just as much a part of our life as she was." Performing solo, however, has taken some adjustment. Together, Joey and Rory were a popular duo. Today, however, he admits he hasn't quite figured out who he is on stage without her. "It felt surreal and strange, a little wrong in some ways because I had kind of decided I wouldn't [sing without her]," Feek said. But he added, "it felt strangely similar." Without Joey, Feek said he's had to adjust to … [Read more...] about Preview: Rory Feek on adjusting to life beyond Joey
It's hard to believe, but "The Sandlot" is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Twenty. Five. And if that makes you feel old, you're hardly alone. One thing that doesn't feel old is the film itself. Set in the early 1960s and released in the early 1990s, "The Sandlot" almost has a timeless quality about it and that's part of the reason it not only has held up over the years, but seems almost as popular as ever. As Babe Ruth's ghost would say, "Great movies get remembered, but legendary movies never die."Recently, two of the stars of the film — Victor DiMattia, who played Timmy Timmons, and Marty York, who played Yeah-Yeah — were in Philly to promote "'The Sandlot' 25th Anniversary Collector's Edition" on Blu-ray. In addition to a stop at the NovaCare Complex and throwing out the first pitch at a Phillies game, the pair of actors joined PhillyVoice for a very nostalgic edition of The Q&A.Matt Mullin: Before we start talking about the movie or anything … [Read more...] about The Q&A … with Marty York (Yeah-Yeah) and Victor DiMattia (Timmy Timmons) of ‘The Sandlot’
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Modern Love A relationship between a young man and woman with similar illnesses presents unusual challenges. For starters, he can’t speak. ByJamison Hill May 25, 2018 After This is our reality. I can’t talk to Shannon about anything — not the weather or her day or how beautiful she is. Worst of all, I can’t tell her I love her. This was never a problem in my previous relationships with women I thought I loved or perhaps didn’t love at all. These women knew my voice; they heard it every day. But they never knew what I was actually thinking. They never knew how miserable my body felt because, back then, I was able to function at a relatively normal level and hide my illness well enough to seem healthy. I could go on dates, talk on the phone and even drive to my girlfriend’s house to … [Read more...] about Love Means Never Having to Say … Anything