Thirty years after its original run ended, Hart to Hart is back on Kiwi screens, featuring charismatic and straight-talking female star Stefanie Powers.
At first, the amateur video shows a normal evening in the seething valley town of Apatzingn, in Mexico’s western Michoacn state.
As the military action against Libya to give teeth to U.N. Security Resolution 1973 began, one question kept nagging away: Why, precisely, were the governments of Britain and France in the lead
William Heirens, the “Lipstick Killer,” is believed to be the longest-serving inmate in the United States.
The woman who stabbed pregnant actress Sharon Tate to death will be considered for parole from prison a month after the 40th anniversary of the killings that cast a shadow of fear over southern California. Susan Atkins, 61, has been denied parole in 17 previous hearings, but the former “Manson Family” member now is terminally ill with brain cancer and is paralyzed. Charles Manson used his hypnotic powers to direct Atkins and other “family” members to kill seven people, including the pregnant Tate, in a two-night rampage that terrorized the city of Los Angeles, California, in August 1969.
Bob Kistner had given up hope of ever finding his great-aunt’s killer. The retired police sergeant was just a rookie at the Long Beach Police Department when Maybelle Hudson, 80, was beaten, raped and strangled in her Inglewood garage after returning home from choir practice one day in April 1976.