Spokesperson: Christina Morris' Family Hopes Final Resting Place Is In AllenThe loss of Christina Morris has left a void that can never be filled. Kim Brown spoke for the Morris family.
News Now: Christina Morris Vigil, Atmos Confusion & Travel WarningDozens of people gathered Wednesday for a candlelight vigil for Christina Morris and some Dallas residents say Atmos isn't keeping them safe. Plus, the Museum of Failure is a success!
Strangers Gather To Show Love, Compassion For Christina Morris' FamilyConstruction workers found Christina Morris' remains on Wednesday morning near the Anna neighborhood where Thursday night's vigil took place.
Christina Morris' Mother: 'This Is The Worst Day Of Our Lives'The remains found in a wooded area in Anna Wednesday were identified by the medical examiner as those of Christina Morris.
News Now: Human Remains Found In Anna, Jerry Jones Paying NFL, Alexa LaughingWe're continuing to follow the discovery of human remains in an Anna field. Plus, Jerry Jones is paying the price for his battle against the NFL, and Alexa has been laughing at people.
Former Search Volunteers Hoping Remains Bring Morris Family ClosurePolice in Anna responded to a wooded area on Wednesday after the discovery of human remains. This is the same area that authorities had previously searched for missing woman Christina Morris.
Family Of Christina Morris Vows To Keep SearchingJonni McElroy tells us she would have been fine with any plea deal for less prison time in exchange for a location. When that didn't happen, she says the family vowed to find Christina without any help from Arochi.
Enrique Arochi Receives The Maximum SentanceLife in prison, that's the sentence the judge gave Enrique Arochi after a jury found him guilty of the aggravated kidnapping of Christina Morris.
Christina Morris Kidnapper Sentenced To Life In PrisonThe man found guilty in the kidnapping of Christina Morris, Enrique Arochi has been sentenced to life in prison.
Judge To Decide Sentence For Christina Morris KidnapperThe punishment for Enrique Arochi will not be decided by a jury. The convicted kidnapper on Tuesday morning waived his right to a jury sentencing, leaving his fate in the hands of the judge.
Sentencing Phase Delayed In Christina Morris Kidnapping CaseA jury returned to a North Texas courtroom this morning to decide the punishment for Enrique Arochi after he was convicted of kidnapping Christina Morris, however, they must wait another day to make that decision.
Arochi Faces Wide Spectrum Of Sentencing PossibilitiesAfter 17 hours deliberating on a verdict, the jury received a few days off, but when they return to court next week the decisions they have to make are challenging.

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