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The faces of Baby Gabriel and his now-jailed mother, Elizabeth Johnson, have been mainstays locally and nationally in newspapers and on television screens nationwide. But as much as this one missing child case has been in the spotlight, the cases of 10 other missing East Valley children have faded into the background with the passage of time.
PORTLAND - A missing brother and sister from Tucson are in protective custody after U.S. marshals in Oregon found them with a man they arrested on outstanding warrants.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - When teenage runaway Lara Snyder bumped into Scott Davis in the Cumberland County Justice Center lobby, she didn't recognize him.
HOUSTON - In the midst of trying to find her husband and three youngest children, hurricane Katrina survivor Lisa Stewart temporarily lost her three oldest children in the cavernous Astrodome.
Thomas Crawford’s life revolved around children — his own beloved two, and “countless” others who have benefited from his national fundraising efforts.
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The Valley woman who is not cooperating with police in the search for her missing 8-month-old son has been extradited from Florida to the Tempe jail, police said Sunday afternoon.
A renowned private investigator who is conducting a nationwide search of missing 9-month-old Gabriel Johnson believe the boy is still alive.
Investigators from the San Antonio Police Department will move forward with excavating a section of a landfill to search for possible remains of missing 8-month-old Gabriel Johnson, who was last seen at a motel in that city last month.
Police said Tuesday they are making progress in the case involving a missing 8-month-old boy and are continuing to investigate conflicting statements made by a couple named as persons of interest.
The father of missing 9-month-old Gabriel Johnson is hoping to increase the reward for information that can lead to the safe return of his son.
About 150 people gathered on the south soccer field in Scottsdale’s Chaparral Park on Sunday for a candlelight vigil to pray for the safe return of missing 8-month-old Gabriel Johnson whose father and family pleaded for anyone with knowledge of the boy’s whereabouts to come forward.
The paternal family of a missing 8-month-old Tempe boy is holding a candlelight vigil for him in a Scottsdale park on Sunday.
CASSOPOLIS, Mich. - A Michigan teenager and a middle-aged convicted murderer she disappeared with have been sighted in Arizona, authorities said.
The nationwide search for a missing 8-month-old Tempe boy has led FBI agents to question employees of a San Antonio organization that oversees the licensing of colon-cleansing practitioners.
Authorities on the hunt for a missing 8-month-old Tempe boy whose mother is in custody and not cooperating with police said they believe the boy is alive.
Tempe police searched the home Thursday of a Scottsdale couple considered "persons of interest" in a missing Arizona baby case.
Tempe police searched the home Thursday of a Scottsdale couple considered “persons of interest” in a missing Arizona baby case.
Nearly a year after a Tempe baby’s disappearance made national headlines, forensic experts and authorities say they believe the child is dead.
ANALYZER: Michelle Collins is executive director of Exploited Children Services at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Kristen Anderson directs the Case Analysis Unit, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
This age-enhanced image provided by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children shows what Gabriel Scott Johnson would look like today, between 2 and 3 years old.
Chandler police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a 14-year-old missing girl they have described as an endangered juvenile.
Courtney Rundio, a 9-year-old from Mesa, has been selected to appear in Red Robin’s annual kids’ cookbook. The book, available at redrobin.com for $5 through Aug. 10, benefits the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Get your child’s fingerprints, photograph and video all in one place during Chandler Regional Medical Center’s free child identification card event.