Theory 42 Years Later: Jimmy Hoffa Murdered At Bloomfield Hills HomeSpeculation still swirls concerning the biggest mystery in Detroit history.
40 Years Later, Jimmy Hoffa's Disappearance Remains A MysteryOne of Detroit's -- and arguably America's -- most fascinating missing persons cases unfolded 40 years ago today.
Documentary Film 'Killing Jimmy Hoffa' Opens In Royal OakIn the summer of 1975, teamster boss, Jimmy Hoffa disappeared without a trace.
What Really Happened To Jimmy Hoffa? New Documentary Film Aims To Answer A new film entitled "Killing Jimmy Hoffa" attempts to dispel rumors regarding the disappearance of the former Teamsters leader.
Where Is Hoffa's Body? Local Mob Expert Thinks It's Long GoneEvery year, the FBI gets a tip or a lead about the location of the body of Teamsters Union President Jimmy Hoffa, who disappeared from a Bloomfield Township restaurant 39 years ago.
Nothing Found: Hoffa Dig Ends In DisappointmentThe latest chapter in the search for labor leader Jimmy Hoffa's remains has ended in defeat.
FBI Says No Tie Between NY And Hoffa Mich. DigThe FBI says there's no connection between a Michigan search for the remains of Jimmy Hoffa and another dig in New York City.
Cadaver Dog Reacts To 'Hit' At Hoffa Dig SiteExcitement is rising in the hunt for labor leader Jimmy Hoffa's remains after a cadaver dog reacted to a "hit" on something at the dig site.
Searching For Hoffa: Investigators Find Suspicious Concrete SlabFederal agents searching for the body of former Teamsters chief Jimmy Hoffa believe they are about to crack one of America's biggest unsolved mysteries.
Dig For Hoffa Turns Up Gawkers, Few CluesThe dig for teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa in northern Oakland County is drawing out the gawkers.
Feds Digging In Oakland Township Searching For Hoffa's RemainsFederal agents are digging up a field in Northern Oakland Township in hopes of finding the remains of Jimmy Hoffa.
Reputed Mobster: I've Talked To Feds About HoffaA man who believes he knows where Jimmy Hoffa was buried says he's been interviewed three times by federal authorities since stepping forward in January.