ANC gathers to choose leader to replace Jacob Zuma
Power Workers Union identifies four killed in Tweed crash
Omarosa Is Out at the White House
'Merry Christmas' greeting? Half of Americans don't care
Bomb suspect in hospital bed for court hearing
Parents of Missing 3-Year-Old Texas Girl Not Cooperating With Police
13 October 2017, 10:49 | Devin Moran
Sherin Mathews; Wesley Mathews
Police went door-to-door in the neighbourhood and used search dogs and helicopters to look for Sherin.
Richardson police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation continue to sort through the evidence seized this week from the home of a missing toddler girl as the search enters its sixth day.
Sherin Mathews, 3, was reported missing on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 7, and was reported to have last been seen by her father, Wesley Mathews.
Some 15 minutes later, Wesley checked in on Sherin but she was gone and after looking around for her, he said he went inside to do laundry and chose to wait until it was light out, to continue searching for her in hopes that she would return home on her own.
Mathews reportedly went back to "do laundry" assuming that Sherin might return back home by morning. However, the alert was discontinued on Monday afternoon due to the lack of necessary information.
A lot of people have asked why the little girl was drinking milk at 3 a.m. Mathews told police Sherin was malnourished when they adopted her from India.
In a major development in the disappearance of 3-year-old Indian-American girl Sherin Mathews in Texas, the police have now found that a vehicle from the Mathews' household was absent from the house, just an hour after Sherin is said to have gone missing. He was released on bond Sunday, but forced to wear an ankle monitor.
"Why was the last sighting at 3 o'clock and the parents not call us until after 8 a.m".
"Right now, we're going through all that", Perlich explained.
The girl's mother does not face any charges. He said the delay in reporting the matter "is certainly concerning to us".
Wesley Mathews, 37, was arrested Saturday on charges of abandoning or endangering a child. She is 22 pounds and 3 feet tall.
Police said the toddler has "developmental issues and has limited verbal communication skills".
According to NBC, Williams was adopted by the Mathews family from an orphanage in India nearly two years ago. Investigators are looking through her parents' vehicles, computers and cellphones, as well as surveillance video from neighbors. Mathews told investigators it wasn't unusual for the girl to wake up late at night to eat so that her weight would increase, Perlich said. Meanwhile, some community members have organized their own efforts to find the little girl.
Tesla recalls Model X vehicles for seat fix
Tesla Model X owners can take their vehicle to a dealer for repairs or reach out to Tesla's mobile fix units. In April 2016, the company withdrew 2700 cars, since the third-row seat could move during accidents.
Scattered showers tonight; partly cloudy, cooler Thursday
After the cold front moves out cooler temperatures settle in with temperatures not differentiating too much from morning lows. Showers will be scattered around the area as we head into tonight , but it won't be anything very heavy or consistent.
Justice Department Sets Deadline for Sanctuary Cities
The Justice Department is calling it a "last chance" for local governments to demonstrate they are in compliance. Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia also received the two-week warning to comply or risk losing federal money.
Paris To Drop All ICE Cars By 2030
The climate plan will be submitted to the Council of Paris for a vote in November. It also touted its investments in public transit and bike lanes.