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'Baby Doe' cold case: Police seek public's help to ID toddler found dead in 2004

'Baby Doe' cold case: Police seek public's help to ID toddler found dead in 2004

Police in California are hoping the public can help them identify a toddler found dead nearly 15 years ago. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's 'Help ID Me' page, hikers discovered the remains of the boy, known as 'Baby Doe,' in May 2004 near the Rancho Bernardo Community Park in San Diego. >> Read more trending news  'The remains were found by two hikers who noticed a green padded winter-type coat lying over a green and white duffel bag,' read the Facebook post shared Tuesday. 'When they removed the coat and looked in the bag, they saw a human skull and bones.' The 2 1/2- to 3 1/2-year-old boy likely died at least a year before he was discovered, authorities said. He had been 'wearing red warm-up pants, gray-tan socks, a blue vest and two sweatshirts,' the Facebook post said. Investigators also released sketches of what the child may have looked like. >> See the images here Forensic tests showed that the boy's mother 'likely spent time in the Southeast while pregnant and may have lived in Texas shortly after the child was born before ultimately moving to the southern California area,' the post said. >> Watch the video here If you have information about the case, please call 1-800-THE-LOST.

Orlando International Airport collecting donations for unpaid workers

Orlando International Airport collecting donations for unpaid workers

Orlando International Airport is stepping up for its employees affected by the partial government shutdown.  The Airline Management Council is setting up a food pantry to help unpaid workers who have been struggling to make ends meet since the shutdown began over four weeks ago. On Wednesday, they will be collecting non-perishable food items, toiletries and baby items.  Anyone who would like to donate can drop off their items at the valet area located on the Departure Level of Terminal “A” from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and again from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Airport employees will be able to donate items on Wednesday at the Frontier Airlines ticket counter. Gift cards and cash will not be accepted.

3 dead in possible murder-suicide in Washington state, deputies say

3 dead in possible murder-suicide in Washington state, deputies say

Three people are dead in Washington state in what investigators are calling a possible murder-suicide. >> Watch the news report here According to Seattle's KIRO-TV, two men and a woman were found dead from gunshot wounds in a Sammamish home during a welfare check Tuesday. The King County Sheriff's Office described the woman and one of the men as 'elderly,' while the other man appeared to be in his 30s. >> Read more news stories Authorities do not believe there are any suspects outstanding.  The house is located in the 23900 block of SE 42nd Place.  – Visit KIRO7.com for the latest on this developing story.

AG nominee urges better focus on stopping mentally ill from buying guns

President Donald Trump’s choice to be U.S. Attorney General told Senators on Tuesday that he favors stronger measures by the federal government to insure that people who suffer from mental illness are not able to purchase firearms in the future, arguing that would be the simplest way to strengthen efforts to stop gun violence in America.

“The problem of our time is to get an effective system in place that can keep dangerous firearms out of the hands of mentally ill people,” Attorney General nominee William Barr told the Senate Judiciary Committee.

“That should be priority number one, and it’s going to [More]