Waiting for President Kennedy's complete inaugural address and ceremony to get underway, Huntley & Brinkley broadcast bits of the day's news -- including, Castro's executions and an approaching east coast snow storm.
America's war in Vietnam veers out of control in 1968.
Michelle s friends and family are questioned by police, who learn that another nursing student with the same last name had been kidnapped and murdered just 50 miles away, a year earlier.
Michelle s family start working with a private investigator who believes Michelle may have been abducted by more than one person.
The private investigator gets an intriguing tip by someone claiming to know where Michelle can be found.
Marc Klaas and his search organization offer to help Michelle s family. On one of their first searches they find a human bone.
On trial for Michelle s murder, Giselle Esteban tries to turn the tables.
As the family searches for Michelle, they had no idea police investigators where following a hot, electronic trail that they were hoping would lead to Michelle s killer.
Twenty-six year-old nursing student, Michelle Le, disappears from a San Francisco Bay Area parking garage in broad daylight. A day later her friends start getting strange texts from her phone. Dateline NBC s Keith Morrison reports.
Ten days after her disappearance, the police classify Michelle s case a homicide and stop sharing information with the family to maintain the integrity of the investigation. The family is horrified certain Michelle is still alive they decide to search for her themselves.
Investigators build an impressive murder case against Giselle Esteban but don t arrest her because they still lack one key piece of evidence: Michelle Le s body.
Jury deliberations drag on for days and the family begins to worry that Giselle Esteban s defense may have worked.
While on their final search for Michelle, a special volunteer, makes a heartbreaking discovery.
Surveillance footage, cell records, electronic keys, all indicate Michelle Le s best friend from high school, Giselle Esteban, was somehow involved in Michelle s murder. The question was: did she have help?
An explaination of England's attempts to regulate colonial trade by passing the Navigation Acts which include adding new taxes and controlling seaports. Americans are angered by the legislation even though it helps stimulate the economy.
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