KXAN Catalyst premieres Monday, April 29. Hear the missing persons trailer now.
A stranger’s late-night visit to a young “cross-dresser’s” home in Kenedy, Texas, leaves a family searching for answers 20 years later.
As new details emerge in the investigation into Jamie Mayberry’s disappearance, questions linger about initial police response.
State law enforcement helps investigate Jamie Mayberry’s case, as families face challenges in publicizing missing loved ones.
Rumors lead search teams and police to a cemetery on the edge of town, as “suspects” are revealed in Jamie Mayberry’s case.
Jamie Mayberry is entered into a national database of missing and unidentified persons, a system severely underutilized by Texas police.
Another man’s kidnapping involves a key "witness" in Jamie Mayberry's case, a woman investigators track down for answers.
Tips pour in following our investigation, leading our team to track down the remaining “suspect” in Jamie Mayberry’s case.
Hear the mass violence trailer now.
We trace Texas’ timeline of mass shootings to a nightclub in El Paso, nearly 40 years before another attack in the same city.
A father and son endure separate attacks, as Texas leaders look to train more civilians before future shootings.
Texas lawmakers hold emotional hearings following mass shootings and explore suspicious behavior in the state.
Following a Texas church shooting, survivors reflect on the heroes of that day and the signs leading to the attack.
A little girl is among the victims of a teacher’s deadly attack, and a Texas mother finds forgiveness for her son’s killer.
Hear the mental competency trailer now.
A Texas veteran’s PTSD spiral ends in violence and his mother learning he’d wait for help in jail for months – maybe longer.
A family tragedy and wartime take their toll on a Texas man, ending in a four-year loop between jail and state hospitals.
A schizophrenic murder suspect waits 20 years for a trial, a case with a legal connection to a jailed Marine.
Karen Ranus of NAMI-Central Texas speaks with KXAN’s Josh Hinkle and David Barer on inmate mental health.
Hear the custodial deaths trailer now.