The attorney for Leanna Harris released a statement Tuesday afternoon addressing her child's death.
During the hustle and bustle of shopping and daily life, many parents like Joanne McRae still have a major concern on their mind.
People who donated to the family of Cooper Harris after the 22-month-old boy died in the back of a hot car will get their money back, if they paid through PayPal. A company spokeswoman confirmed Friday that the refund was already underway.
Investigators may target the mother of a boy who died inside a sweltering car. In the meantime, she hired a lawyer.
The Home Depot says it has fired a Georgia man who faces a murder charge in his son's death in a hot SUV.
The toxicology report on the Cobb County child who died as a result of being left in a hot car came back negative, according to the Cobb County Police Department.
Investigators from the Cobb County District Attorney's Office have retraced the steps of Justin Ross Harris, the father charged with leaving his 22-month-old son to die in a hot car last month.
Investigators probe computer and online searches of a father accused of leaving his son a hot car to die, but a cyber expert said that may prove challenging.
An expert psychologist told CBS46 News Justin Harris' state of mind the day he left his son to die in a hot car is important in his murder case. Harris told Cobb County Police he accidentally left his son in his car while he went to work.
Warrants were released on Monday indicating that Cobb County Police plan to search electronic devices of Justin Harris, the father accused of leaving his son to die in a hot car last month.
New warrants released Friday in the case of a father accused of leaving his son in a hot car for him to die could suggest finances may have been a motive for the killing.
A judge found probable cause against Justin Ross Harris, the father who is accused in the death of his 22-month-old son left in a hot car.
Attorney B.J. Bernstein said she was shocked by the sexting allegations brought out in the case of a father arrested for allegedly leaving his baby in a hot car.
A former prosecutor said Cobb County police acted too quickly when they arrested the father of a toddler who died after being left in a hot car all day.