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Cold Cases: Why do some murder investigations remain unsolved? (video, story)

Jul. 26, 2013
 
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Cold Cases: Nearly 300 murder cases over the past 10 years in Wisconsin remain unsolved, and Gannett Wisconsin Media examines common reasons investigators fall short. See the report online beginning Saturday and in print Sunday.

» Search Wisconsin's unsolved murders database: 1926-2012
» Cold Cases: Tracking Wisconsin’s unsolved murders

About this series

Gannett Wisconsin Media is publishing an exclusive four-week series called Cold Cases: Tracking Wisconsin’s unsolved murders. Cold Cases is the most comprehensive unsolved murders project of a regional and statewide interest ever assembled in a print and digital format.

The Gannett Wisconsin Media Investigative Team spearheaded the project in conjunction with local reporters at all 10 Gannett Wisconsin Media news organizations.

Additionally, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism in Madison partnered with the I-Team as part of the series.

The intent and mission of Cold Cases is to generate new, valuable leads and tips for Wisconsin homicide investigators. Many of them have hit roadblocks or face dead ends.

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