Kristi joined 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS in Minnapolis/St. Paul in February 2006. She was previously a reporter at WDTN-TV in Dayton, Ohio. Prior to that, she was a reporter for WKEF-TV in Dayton for two years. From 1998 to 2001, Kristi also worked at KELO-TV in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, as weekend anchor and reporter. Kristi graduated with honors from Bethel University with an emphasis on professional writing. Kristi received several Associated Press awards in South Dakota and Minnesota, most notably for her live reporting of Payne Stewart's plane crash in 1998. She also worked on Dayton's Emmy award-winning 11:00pm show, and received the Cleveland Press Club Award for continuing coverage of Sick School .
In the first half of the show, journalist and investigator Kristi Piehl discussed the latest evidence in the string of nationwide deaths that may have been caused by the "Smiley Face Killers." Forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Sikirica joined Piehl to... More »
Researcher Ian Lawton discussed the soul, evidence of its existence, and how it functions as a holographic aspect of the source. In the first hour, reporter Kristi Piehl provided an update on the Smiley Face Killers; Bill Szostak, the father of a 2007 victim, also appeared.
Noted historian and author Jonathan Kirsch discussed the history of the Inquisition. Kirsch defined the Inquisition as a joint bureaucracy of church and state authorities charged with the task of punishing anybody who failed to embrace the dogma of the Roman Catholic Church. It operated all over Western and Southern Europe,... More »
Historian and economist Neil Howe discussed his work on generations and how they shape history as well as cycles of crisis. According to Howe, there are four different types of generations -- Boomers, Generation X, Millennial and Lost -- that have tended to recur in the same order in America from the 17th century onward.
During the first half of the program, Kristi Piehl, award-winning journalist for KSTP Channel 5 Eyewitness News in Minneapolis, shared details from her investigation into the murder of a University of Minnesota student and how it could be linked to the deaths of at least 40 other college men across the country.In February 2003, the body of Chris Jenkins was found in the Mississippi River.... More »