Police in North Charleston, South Carolina , are investigating the death of a baby boy who was left in a hot car all day on Tuesday. The temperature reached 85 degrees that day -- 11 degrees above normal. The baby's father told authorities that he left his home Tuesday morning and was supposed to
At trial, it is publicly revealed that Harris had been having affairs and exchanging text messages with other women.
Justin Ross Harris was convicted of all eight counts against him, but Taylor still believes their son's hot car death was an accident.
Authorities grew suspicious of Harris after surveillance footage showed he went back to the car once while his son was still inside.
Taylor, the ex-wife of Justin Ross Harris, describes the moment when she first learned something was wrong.
Leanna Taylor told ABC News in an exclusive interview that she struggled to process losing her son and was judged harshly for it.
Leanna Taylor tells ABC News why she continues to support her ex-husband, Justin Ross Harris, who was found guilty of intentionally leaving the couple's 22-month-old son to die in a hot SUV in June 2014.
The ex-wife of Justin Ross Harris , the Georgia man who was found guilty of intentionally leaving the couple’s 22-month-old son to die in a hot SUV in June 2014, is speaking out for the first time about why she supported her ex-husband through the trial and continues to support him today. “It never
A jury convicted Justin Ross Harris of murder for leaving his son in the SUV for more than seven hours.
Justin Ross Harris was sentenced this afternoon to life without parole for the murder of his 22-month-old son, who died after he was left in Harris' hot car in Georgia. He was also sentenced to an additional 32 years on other charges. Harris' son, Cooper, died on June 18, 2014, after he spent about