Investigators keep pushing for clues in TV anchor Jodi Huisentruit's 27-year disappearance

Twenty-seven years later, the case has yet to be solved. And there are few signs it ever will be.

Fuller, a team member of, a website devoted to keeping the memory of the case alive, doesn’t say outright that the case won’t ever be solved. But he is doubtful that it will ever be solved to the satisfaction of a court, given the lack of DNA evidence.

Yet there is such a larger-than-life “mythos” surrounding the unsolved mystery, particularly in Mason City where the young woman disappeared and where rumors and suspicions continue to swirl, that’s it unlikely the case will ever be forgotten.

Jodi Huisentruit was a morning anchor for KIMT-TV in Mason City, Iowa. Contributed /

“We all want it to be solved,” Fuller said. “I think we all believe that, first of all, it would have been solved had it occurred today. And there are things police could do that might aid in their investigation that they haven’t tried yet.”

Fuller and other team members, including family members, former journalists and

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