A sweet young woman was found brutally stabbed to death in her bedroom. Kelly and Yolanda are in the precarious position of finding her killer amidst multiple possible suspects.
A young mother of three is found shot to death in her car that was pulled over on the side of a highway. Kelly and Yolanda are now faced with the difficult task of finding a killer who seemed to disappear under the dark cover of night.
An upbeat, free-spirited 67-year-old grandmother was found burned to death in her home and it's up to Kelly and Yolanda to determine how the fire was started and who was responsible.
In 1993, a 29-year-old mother and her six-year-old daughter were found strangled to death in their home. In this episode, Kelly and Yolanda head to Fort Wayne, Ind., and put all of their efforts into seeking out the person responsible for this tragic and heartbreaking double murder.
After a mysterious call to the operator, a beautiful young mother is found by her teenage daughter, brutally stabbed to death in their home. Kelly and Yolanda must try to find the killer of an innocent woman who appeared to have it all.
The diary of a man who was stabbed to death in Bridgeport, W. Va. could be the key to help investigators.
Kelly and Yolanda need to discover who would want to kill a beloved community figure.
Having moved from India to Florida with her family, a young mother vanishes without a trace.
After a well-liked young man is found murdered and dumped in a Hialeah alleyway, Kelly and Yolanda must piece together an intricate puzzle, to find out who is guilty of this savage killing.
A vivacious mother of two mysteriously vanishes from beautiful Fort Walton Beach, FL. Just three days later, several people receive a cryptic group text from her but never hear from her again, tasking the 'Cold Justice' team with putting together the clues she left behind before she vanished.
Kelly and Yolanda look for answers in the grisly double homicide of a middle-aged man and woman, both of whom were found shot dead in cold blood inside the man's home in Greenville, Ohio.
When a daughter returns home from school to find her mother gone without explanation in 1981, the team must sift through clues that are now decades old, making this the oldest missing person's case the team has yet to face.
In this special episode of the series, host John Walsh interviews the Cold Justice investigative team, who give behind the scenes insights into the investigations, and provides updates on past cases.
After a respected doctor in the community is brutally murdered and set on fire in his kitchen, the team must wade through the ashes of the tragic aftermath to try to bring his family justice.
When a bright-eyed college student is killed in his sleepy hometown of Cleveland, TN, the team must sort through his private past in order to find his killer.
The media went into a frenzy when a beautiful former dancer was cornered and shot in her West Palm Beach apartment, turning a baffling high-profile case into the next challenge for the Cold Justice team to try and tackle.
The team make their way to some remote parts of Spartanburg County to investigate a case.
Kelly and Yolanda look around some remote areas of South Carolina to investigate the slaying of a couple.
Siegler and Detective Steve Spingola head to Oregon County, MO to look into a case where a young mother caught in an abusive relationship contemplates leaving her town behind. When she then disappears, it leaves the Cold Justice team to wonder if this was murder or if she was forced to run for her life.
The Cold Justice team goes to Iowa to work with the Johnson County Sheriffs Office on the 1995 case of a mother and gifted artist who was found dead in her car after a huge explosion.
The show takes a look into the mysterious death of a young man.
John talks to the investigative team. The show also features a behind-the-scenes perspective and updates on former cases.
Kelly and Yolanda look into a couple of Texas murder cases at the same time.
Kelly and Yolanda attempt to work out if two murder cases in Texas are connected.