A boy just short of his 4th birthday was found dead in a day care van in Orlando, Florida Monday. The van driver faces possible criminal charges, police say.
Young Bishop Curry, after seeing a local news report about a baby who died in a hot car, resolved to make sure that never happened again.
It seems like an unthinkable act — a parent forgetting a child in a hot car. But parents and experts alike warn it's more common than most people imagine.
A Texas mother was arrested in the deaths of her 2-year-old daughter and 1-year-old son, who police say were left in a hot car to teach a 'lesson.'
Ascent Children's Health Services of Arkansas also offered to pay for Christopher Gardner's funeral, but his family declined, saying justice hasn't been done.
West Memphis, Arkansas, police said the temperature in an adjacent van was recorded at 141 degrees.
Justin Ross Harris, 35, was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Monday afternoon.
Harris faces life in prison on eight counts of malice murder, felony murder, cruelty to children and dissemination of harmful materials to a minor.
Authorities said Friday that the toddler's body temperature was about 108 degrees when he was discovered in his car seat.
A 6-month-old boy died Friday after being left in a hot car for nearly nine hours in the parking lot of a suburban San Antonio Wal-Mart.
The girls, reported to be 15 months old, were rushed to a hospital after being found in Carroll County, but were pronounced dead.
Joshua Lewis Blunt is accused of forgetting his daughter in a car in the parking lot of restaurant in Grenada, Miss., while he worked Thursday.
Is Justin Ross Harris the callous murderer prosecutors have portrayed him as — or did he make a mistake when he left his 22-month-old in his SUV?
Justin Ross Harris was indicted on eight counts: two counts of sexual exploitation of children and six counts of disseminating harmful material.
Five kids have died in hot cars already in the month of June, according to the nonpropfit KidsAndCars.org.
An 18-month-old girl died when her mother "forgot" her in a car for nearly eight hours while at work Tuesday, police said.
Jackson, 29, pleaded guilty for leaving his 10-month-old foster daughter in a hot car last July. The Wichita man left her alone for 2-1/2 hours.
Seth Jackson could get between 31 and 136 months in prison when be sentenced January 30 for the death of his 10-month-old foster child.
Shanesha Taylor received $114,000 in donations from a public that seemed inclined to give her a pass for endangering her children.
Justin Ross Harris' 22-month-old son, Cooper, was found dead in a hot car.
Nearly two months after her son died inside an SUV, Leanna Harris opened up about the twin heartbreaks of losing a son and husband.
A young child crying on an episode of Game of Thrones" reminded a Kansas foster dad that he had left a baby girl inside a hot car.
A Kansas foster father left a 10-month-old girl to die in a hot car while he went in his house to use drugs, a prosecutor alleges.
The 11-month-old girl was left inside the vehicle "for a substantial period of time" on a day that saw temperatures approach 100 degrees.
Seth Jackson's lawyer said he believes his client is being overcharged in a 10-month-old foster child.
Alissa Chavez, a high school senior, has a patent for a device she calls "The Hot Seat," a pad placed inside a child's car seat or booster seat.
It's depressingly common for parents to leave children in broiling hot cars, and each case carries lessons for how to avoid similar circumstances.
Police were questioning the two foster parents, and two other children were taken into protective custody.
Reggie McKinnon is using his fatal mistake four years ago to educate others on the dangers of leaving children in hot cars.
A new app seeks to remind parental drivers of two critical facts: They have a child in the vehicle and it’s hot outside.
The police officer brother of "hot-car dad" Justin Ross Harris says he believes investigators have "made a terrible mistake."
No jail time for single mom Shanesha Taylor, who left her kids in her car while interviewing for a job and received more than $100,000 in donations.
A lawyer for the mother of the Georgia toddler who died in a hot car when his father left him in the back seat and went to work, lashed out at the media.
More than 36 children die in overheated cars every year in the United States, research shows, adding up to more than 600 deaths since 1998.
Some 40 children die each year in overheated cars, but automakers have been unable to come up with a foolproof solution to preventing such tragedies
A foster mother faces child neglect charges for leaving a 15-month-old boy in a hot vehicle outside a Florida supermarket.
More than $22,000 was donated to the family before the father who left his son in a hot car for seven hours was charged with murder.
A friend of Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia father who left his toddler son in a hot car to die, says he liked being the center of attention.
The Georgia tot who died after being left in a hot car had nothing in his blood that suggested he was poisoned or drugged in any way.
As investigators dig deeper into how a Georgia toddler died in a stiflingly hot SUV last month, more details are emerging about the boy's father.
A friend of the Georgia man charged with murdering his son by leaving him in a scorching car says "he was just always a great guy."
Leanna Harris shook her head "no" when asked if she was able to speak with husband Justin Ross Harris in jail. He remains locked up on murder charges.
New search warrants reveal Justin Ross Harris, of Marietta, Georgia, had asked family members about cashing in on his son's life insurance.
Justin Ross Harris told police that he forgot about his 22-month-old son who had been strapped in the back seat of his SUV while he was at work.
There are now questions swirling about the mother's role in the death of the 22-month-old boy who died inside a hot car in suburban Atlanta.
The father, Justin Ross Harris, will remain locked up in suburban Atlanta while the family gathers in Alabama later Saturday to mourn the child.
Justin Ross Harris left his 22-month-old son in the back of a sweltering SUV while he was at work for seven hours.
Justin Ross Harris will be locked up on a murder rap while his 22-month-old son Cooper is laid to rest.
The police chief's statement about the tragic "chain of events" came as new details about the boy's father were released.
Even if it's just 80 degrees outside, the temperature inside a car can skyrocket, putting kids in danger.
One child advocacy group says there's "no rhyme or reason" for charges from state to state or even case to case when kids are killed in hot cars.
Justin Harris, 31, also faces an additional felony charge of cruelty to children in the first degree after leaving his son in his car for seven hours.
A Phoenix woman arrested after leaving her two kids in a hot vehicle during a job interview is fighting to clear her name in court.