KCRG Features Iowa Cold Cases as part of series

On March 3, 2010, in Media, News, by Jody Ewing

Many thanks go out to KCRG-TV 9 (Cedar Rapids) Anchor/Reporter Ashley Hinson, who recently wrapped up a series on Iowa cold cases and took the time to meet with ICC’s Ms. Bowers.

Cold Cases: Gone But Not Forgotten, Part I is the first in Ashley’s series and is a testament to the struggles and successes cold case investigators face when looking to bring justice to victims and the victims’ families.

This episode aired on Tuesday, March 2, 2010.

2 Responses to KCRG Features Iowa Cold Cases as part of series

  1. lisa says:

    Just wanted to say, I think all of you have done an outstanding job on this site! I thought it was great your site was featured so prominantly on KCRG and I wish KCCI or WHO would do a similar story about cold cases in the DSM area (I’m in the DSM area).

    I understand IA Cold Cases is dedicated to IA cases, but have you ever considered making a small section for unidentified children found in our neighboring states? I have done quite a bit of unidentifed persons work, and there are some cases in particular, where the law enforcement has examined all the available potential matches from their area and have come up with only a crime and body, but no name. Please email me if it’s even a remote possibility, I would be happy to give you some examples of what I’m talking about. All it takes is one person to break a case and all the unidentified children deserve to have their names back and for justice to be served.

    Again, you’ve done an outstanding job and it’s one more thing that makes me proud to say I’m from IA! Thank You! Lisa

  2. Jason says:

    No mention on Jasper Co’s only cold case on the 27th anniversary?

    I wish someone would stand up and tell the sheriff what happened.

    Link https://iowacoldcases.org/case-summaries/melisa-gregory-and-steven-fisher/

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