A look back at unsolved killings, an editor goes over the edge, a disabled golfer pushes the limits and a look at the Atlantic City Ballet make up the latest episode of “-30-,” The Press of Atlantic City’s television show, which will air at 7:30 p.m. Thursday on Stockton University’s channel.

Here’s the show’s lineup:

It’s been 10 years since four women were found killed behind a strip of motels in West Atlantic City. Press Staff writer Jack Tomczuk takes a look back at the case with Egg Harbor Township’s former Deputy Mayor Jake Glassey, who lived near the scene of the crimes.

Press Living Editor Sara Tracey takes us over the edge in a video of her rappelling off the side of the Sheraton Atlantic City and her description of what it’s like to take part in the charity event that raised money for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Living reporter Madison Russ introduces us to Phyllis Papa, who is listed in the who’s who of American ballet dancers and is the founding artistic director of the Atlantic City ballet. Papa talks about her start and the future of the company, including what it takes to stage this year’s Nutcracker.

Brandon Canesi, of Northfield, was born with malformed hands and a remarkable love of golf. Staff writer Nicholas Huba talks to Canesi and his father, who are starting up a golf tournament for disabled golfers with the hope to raise money for the Shriners and the Wounded Warrior Project.

Each week, “-30-” explores the stories behind the region’s major events and newsmakers. The show is produced by Press staffers working with Stockton students.

The show airs on Stockton’s public access channel 9. Most residents of Atlantic County can watch channel 9 through Comcast cable. Segments can be watched anytime at PressofAC.com/30.

New episodes run each Thursday and are re-aired at 10:30 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays and 5 p.m. Tuesdays.

The half-hour episodes cover the same range of topics as the paper: news, lifestyle, sports and business.

PSU grad, prior newspapers: Wildwood Leader, Today's Sunbeam.