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The Evening Ticker: Walters, Olbermann, Tufts

  • Barbara Walters and Brian Ross are following the story of Paul Fronczak, the man who was believed to be a baby stolen from a Chicago hospital 50 years ago, until he took a DNA test. Walters and Ross try to figure out his true background. More below.

  • Keith Olbermann will return to ESPN’s “SportsCenter” for the first time in 16 years tonight. Olbermann will deliver an “essay” (not a “special comment) on Alex Rodriguez.

  • The Weather Channel has named Scott Tufts director of content development. Tufts is a veteran of CNN, HLN and TruTV, where he most recently led its live trial coverage “In Session.”

ABC News’ Barbara Walters and Brian Ross Investigate the Mystery of a Baby Stolen Almost 50 Years Ago

Walters Speaks to the Man at the Center of the Case, Paul Fronczak, in an Exclusive Interview to Air on “World News” and “GMA”

Who is Paul Fronzcak? Paul Fronczak was, until recently, believed to be the baby stolen from a Chicago hospital nearly 50 years ago. The intriguing case made headlines earlier this year when Paul, after years of uncertainty, took a DNA test that proved he is not the real Paul Fronzcak. Just this week, the FBI has reopened the case of the stolen Chicago baby.

“20/20” and the ABC News Investigative Team, led by Barbara Walters and Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross, have been following Paul’s story for months. ABC cameras are there as he searches to uncover his true biological identity. Portions of Barbara Walters’ exclusive interview with Paul Fronzcak will air tonight on “World News with Diane Sawyer” (6:30 – 7:00 p.m. ET) and tomorrow morning on “Good Morning America” (7:00 – 9:00 a.m. ET), as well on abcnews.com, ABCNewsOne and ABC News Radio. “Stolen at Birth: A 20/20 Investigation” will air on ABC in the fall.

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