Tune in to FOX News Channel this Saturday at 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. and Sunday from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m., 1 a.m. ET as award-winning and veteran journalist Geraldo Rivera brings you two special broadcasts this weekend!
Saturday, May 21:
Is there a possible break in the case of two missing children in Idaho? Witnesses describe seeing a pair matching 9-year-old Dylan Groene (search) and his 8-year-old sister Shasta in northern Idaho with a man on the way to Montana. As the community tries to cope with a triple murder police believe preceded the children's abduction, teachers at the schools the children attended are trying to manage the shock and grief felt among classmates. We're live on the scene with late-breaking news from Captain Ben Wolfinger of the Kootenai County Sheriff's Department.
And, wedding bells are ringing for convicted sex offender Mary Kay Letourneau (search) and her groom, Vili Fualaau. (search) Letourneau, now 43, served 7 1/2 years in prison after she was convicted of raping former sixth-grade pupil Fualaau, now 22. Geraldo has the latest on their recent "I Do's."
Then, we'll hear from a Utah teen who is pleading to keep her grandfather locked up after he was convicted of molesting her and three other girls. Ashley White recently asked a parole board to deny parole to the pedophile Pop. Don't miss Ashley’s story.
Plus, we're live in Iraq with War Stories Host Col. Oliver North.
And, the booze. The brawls. The broads. Geraldo welcomes Frank Sinatra's (search) long lost secret love child to the show. Deana Sinatra joins the authors of the new book, “Sinatra: The Life” for an “At Large” interview you don’t want to miss!
Sunday, May 22:
We’re following the case of the missing siblings from Idaho. Former LAPD Homicide Detective Mark Fuhrman joins Geraldo with an update on their mysterious disappearance and the search for Dylan and Shasta Groene (search).
Then, Cols. Oliver North and Joseph DiSalvo join Geraldo live for an update from the region.
Plus, we’ll bring you the heartwarming story behind Soldier Ride 2. (search) What began as a small gesture to help wounded soldiers returning from Iraq has become a 4,200 mile fundraising feat. FOX’s Tony Snow introduces you to some of the bike riders and soldiers criss-crossing America for the cause.
These stories and much more!
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NOTE: The Associated Press contributed to this report. Topics and guests subject to change.