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A TV station in Wichita, Kansas says it has another note that may be from the city's notorious BTK killer (search) — the third one in about a week. Could this signal a break in the case? We'll ask KAKE TV anchor Larry Hatteberg, who has been covering the story ever since the killer first struck back in the 1970s.
A new book is about to hit store shelves about the Scott Peterson (search) murder case, this one written by Peterson's half sister, Anne Bird. We'll get reaction from:
• Gloria Allred, Amber Frey's attorney
• Laura Ingle, KFI Radio
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney
• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco district attorney
A nationwide manhunt is underway for a Florida couple accused of starving and torturing their five children. We'll get an update on the search.
Plus, we'll celebrate the third anniversary of "On the Record" with a look back at the highlights of our three years on the air.
And, it's a pay-per-view event that is guaranteeing plenty of "wardrobe malfunctions." Yes, the "Girls Gone Wild" will be baring it all for Sunday's big game. But what kind of message does this send to our kids? Greta investigates on tonight's edition of "On the Record."
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