After almost three decades, Crime Stoppers hopes new information will finally surface that could help solve Archer City's only unsolved murder.
A recently solved 12 year old Altus cold case will be the focus of the season premier of the TNT "Cold Justice" series Friday night.
Car belonging to man who vanished in 1986 found in Florida canal.
Two decades-old cars containing six skeletons were recovered Tuesday from a lake in a remote, sparsely populated area of southwestern Oklahoma, officials said — potentially solving a pair of cold cases that have bedeviled local authorities for years.
Unsolved homicides are often the plot of popular TV shows, movies, and books as they provide gripping story lines, but for the real-life families who lost their loved ones, the road to solving a cold case is long and painful.
Almost two decades after a Bowie man and his wife were shot in their home there's a major development in the case.
On November 16th, 2006, 34 year-old Bobby Anderson Jr. was shot in the neck near a home in the 400 block of Juarez.
On the opening day of dove season 1997, authorities in Clay County were called out to North Evans Road where there was a deceased person laying face down on the side of the road.
Archer City has only one unsolved homicide: the 1985 shooting of a 55-year-old resident. Melissa Foy examines this case in "Cold Case Files," part one of a Target Three four-part series.
Investigators hope you can help them crack an unsolved murder from four years ago.
On January 20, 1985, a 55-year-old man was found shot to death on his property in Archer City. No one was ever charged, but today, on the 27th anniversary of Bill Gillispie's murder, detectives have reopened the case. Detectives say because of modern technology and DNA evidence, they're confident they'll be able to solve this case, which is the county's only cold case on record.
On Jan. 20 1985, 55-year-old Tom Gillispie was found fatally shot on his property in northwest Archer City.