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• Just this week, a Texas jury returned a verdict in one of the most sensational cases Houston has ever seen. Ana Trujillo was found guilty of stabbing her boyfriend, University of Houston professor Stefan Andersson, to death with a stiletto high heel after a night of drinking. Trujillio, who has claimed all along that she was acting in self-defense, speaks exclusively to ABC News' Ryan Smith.
• The case of a 36-year-old mother accused of plotting and executing the claw-hammer murder of her child's father was decided this week. Was it self-defense after years of abuse, or was she just after the insurance money. Jim Avila's report includes interviews with the nanny and the victim's sister.
• Mark and Tracy Dziekanski desperately wanted a baby. Tracy could not have kids so they posted an ad on Craigslist hoping to adopt a child. Heather Taylor reached out to the couple saying she was pregnant and looking for a home for her unborn baby. But what happened next is anything but a special delivery. Reena Ninan reports.
• Hollywood's biggest stars work hard to look young and beautiful... And when it comes time for a celebrity worthy facial - the competition between salons is fierce and can make or break careers in the beauty industry. West Hollywood salon owner Dawn Daluise was recently arrested, accused of hiring a hitman to kill one of her rival estheticians, Gabriel Suarez. She is awaiting trial and has pleaded not guilty. Did this successful business woman go from designing the perfect facial to allegedly designing a murder? And what does Suarez have to say? Chris Connelly reports.
"20/20" is anchored by Elizabeth Vargas and David Muir. David Sloan is the senior executive producer.