One of Detroit’s — and arguably America’s — most fascinating missing persons cases unfolded 40 years ago today.
Every 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.
He’s blind, autistic and has a voice that can make grown men cry.
The latest chapter in the search for labor leader Jimmy Hoffa’s remains has ended in defeat.
Excitement 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.
Federal authorities say a Teamsters official took cash while conspiring to make it appear that workers at a fruit-and-vegetable wholesaler belonged to the union.
Police say no visible human remains have been found in a dig Friday morning in a Roseville driveway.
There’s plenty of activity outside a metro Detroit home, and a lot of media attention, as crews search for possible human remains.
Listeners calling the WWJ Newsradio 950 newsroom on Thursday are split on the idea.
Former Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa went to lunch on July 30, 1975 at the Machus Red Fox in Bloomfield Hills … and was never heard from again.