Funds have been set up for the family whose young girl died in an RV fire on Monday. According to the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office, 2-year-old Cassandra Luckey died after a fire engulfed an RV south of Twin Falls
Police say a 3-year-old boy spent the night in child welfare custody after he got lost at a Utah corn maze. Police Sgt. Joe Monson said Tuesday the child was apparently left behind while visiting the Crazy Corn Maze in the Salt Lake City suburb of West Jordan with a large family group.
UPDATE: The Shoshone Police Department has shared a sketch of a suspect that attempted to abduct a young girl last weekend. Police ask if you have any information on this crime to call them, Shoshone Police Department at (208) 886-2030 or SIRCOMM at (208) 324-1911.
The Summer heat is winding down a bit and we haven't heard about a child or pet death in a hot car for a while - which is great news. But that doesn't mean we are in the clear because the moment we let our guard down it cold happen again.
I know times have changed - but when I was a kid I would leave the house in the morning and not come home sometimes until dinner. Apparently today that is child endangerment! Recently a mother was arrested for letting her 7 year old son go to the park alone.
Some people just aren't getting it! If it is hot outside - it is much hotter in a parked car.
In Texas a mom left her kids in the car so she could go get her hair done without being bothered by pesky little kids. Some random strangers saw the kids and since it is Texas and hot - they broke the windows to the car so they could rescue the kids!
There have been far too many stories in the news this summer about parents leaving their kids in the car while they go in and shop. This is not okay! We all know that a quick trip in the store can end up being much more than that.