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DAKOTA SPOTLIGHT

When podcast host James Wolner travelled to Europe recently, his vacation was quickly sidetracked by a suspicious drowning and international secrets. Listen to part 2 of The Man From Un.
When podcast host James Wolner travelled to Europe recently, his vacation was quickly sidetracked by a suspicious drowning and international secrets. Listen to part 2 of The Man From Un.
When podcast host James Wolner travelled to Europe recently, his vacation was quickly sidetracked by a suspicious drowning and international secrets. Listen to part 1 of The Man From Un.
When podcast host James Wolner travelled to Europe recently, his vacation was quickly sidetracked by a suspicious drowning and international secrets. Listen to part 1 of The Man From Un.

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In this episode of Dakota Spotlight's season 5, A Better Search for Barbara Cotton, we hear from C.E. (Red) Sullivan, who was in the company of person of interest Stacey Demarr Werder.
Four days after Forum Communications' podcast Dakota Spotlight asked listeners for assistance in locating an individual, a troubling possibility surfaced. Williston Police Department investigators will look closer at man in custody. Scroll to the end of this story to go directly to the podcast.
Watch the entire "Dakota Spotlight: The House on Sweet and Seventh" documentary at the end of this story.
In the first of this two-part series, Forum Communications journalist and fellow podcaster Tracy Briggs asks the questions you've always wanted to know, including how Wolner, a California native ended up in North Dakota.
Why not do some last-minute (virtual) traveling with the Dakota Spotlight Podcast? Check out our summer series featuring seven fascinating interviews with podcast producers, each looking for answers and seeking justice in their own corner of the world.
Barbara Cotton has been missing since 1981. Forty years later, Forum Communication's podcast Dakota Spotlight told the gripping story to thousands of persons throughout the globe. Now, her friends and family have started the #FindBarbCotton movement, dedicated to finding answers.

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The appalling 1976 murders of Wade and Ellen Zick of Zeeland, N.D., were detailed in Dakota Spotlight's second season. Early next year, the last of three men convicted in the case will be released from federal prison -- more than 45 years after killing the Zicks.
Poetic justice is a term we use when wrongdoing is punished and virtue rewarded in an ironical way. In South Africa, one victim of a sex crime chases down serial pedophiles with his strong voice and rich, poetic-like language. Learn more about Deon Wiggett in the latest episode of Dakota Spotlight.
When you think about assassinations and contract killings you might imagine mobsters, politicians, royalty and other powerful positions in society. But in some parts of the world you don't need to be a prime minister or mafia boss to become a target. Sometimes all it takes is earning a teaching degree.

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