Jodi Huisentruit was an anchor at KIMT-TV, the CBS affiliate in Mason City, Iowa. Her star was on the rise when she disappeared on her way to work on June 27, 1995. When she didn't arrive at the television station for her morning assignment, concerned co-workers alerted police. Outside her apartment building, police found signs of a struggle – particularly around her car, which was still in the parking lot. She was never seen again. Her body was never found, and what happened to her is a mystery. "We have never closed the case," Mason City Police Chief Jeff Brinkley tells CBS News' Jim Axelrod. "It's never been a cold case for us. It's been an active investigation since it happened." It has been 23 years since Huisentruit was last seen. "I'm not ready to quit yet," Brinkley says. Axelrod reveals new information about the case and explores multiple leads and theories about her abduction. Was it a crime of opportunity, was she targeted by an obsessed fan or was it someone she … [Read more...] about Jodi Huisentruit mystery: The decades-long search for the missing TV anchor
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YOU cannot fail to have noticed the television theme, or irony, last week. Having force-fed the Suffragettes, back in the last century, it’s now the Suffragettes’ turn to force-feed us, in 2018. An endless, choking diet of documentaries, live events, lectures, news items and outright bollockings, from the BBC, all to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women getting the vote. Not one of which had as much impact as Love Island’s “Girl Power” task on ITV2, involving super-hero capes, bikinis, large items of fruit and narrator Iain Stirling explaining: “The girls will squish melons with their bums. Slowest girl to crush her melon is out of the contest.” Just part of the reason I adore a show which pricks pomposity and political correctness like nothing else on British television and is dedicated to no other purpose than entertaining its viewers. That’s the ideal, anyway. The reality’s been a bit more disappointing, so far, … [Read more...] about If Brexit is about cutting down trees then all the planks are on Love Island
WATCH any amount of telly and you cannot help but notice silent approval of the NHS is no longer enough. Presenters must tilt their head and go all gooey whenever they mention this “National treasure”. Quiz show contestants are given a special ovation just for revealing: “I work in the NHS.” There are awards shows in its honour now on both BBC1 and ITV, whose version was attended, last week, by a glittering array of tax exiles giving eulogies that would make Kim Jong-un blush. Some of it is undoubtedly sincere. Some is also done to shut down anything other than the argument that says “It needs more money”, while other bits are there just because TV executives have noticed it’s the NHS’s 70th birthday and think they’d better do something to look caring. Like, for instance, ITV’s A&E Live, “from the frontline”, at Leeds General Infirmary. A self-defeating three-day experiment which, on the one hand gleefully … [Read more...] about Hysterical presenter Davina McCall needs sedating on ITV’s A&E Live