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Georgia police have no solid leads in the mysterious disappearance of bride-to-be Jennifer Wilbanks, who never returned from a jog Tuesday night. Is the likelihood of finding her alive dwindling? We'll get the latest from Major Donald Woodruff of the Duluth Police Department.
Next, Michael Jackson's ex-wife, Debbie Rowe, takes the stand again Thursday. But is her testimony damaging the prosecution's case instead of helping it? Laura Ingle, KFI Radio reporter, gives us the latest lowdown from outside the Santa Maria courthouse.
Then, former prosecutor, Arthur Aidala, and criminal defense attorney, Drew Findling, weigh in on the controversial trial.
And, detectives release a photograph they hope will help them identify a girl seen in 200 sexually explicit pictures taken at a Walt Disney World hotel and other locations that have circulated over the Internet for the past three years. Will the newly released photo of another young girl help bring forward the person behind the horrific photos? Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst, weighs in.
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