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  • Riders to call attention to missing toddler

    A motorcycle ride inspired by missing toddler Ayla Reynolds is being held this weekend.

  • Final vigil to be held for missing Maine toddler

    The mother of missing Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds is holding a birthday vigil.

  • FILE - This undated file photo provided by Trista Reynolds, shows Ayla Reynolds, her two-year-old daughter, who went missing in December 2011 from the home of her father Justin DiPietro in Waterville, Maine. The Associated Press requested transcripts of the 911 call reporting the toddler's disappearance under the Freedom of Access Act, after the state supreme court ruled that transcripts should be made public unless law enforcement officials can show how releasing the documents would harm an investigation. (AP Photo/Trista Reynolds, File)

    AP: 911 call details timeline for missing toddler

    The biggest criminal investigation in state history began with a 911 call in which a father said his 20-month-old daughter was last seen about 10 hours before, gave a brief description of the pajamas she was wearing and said "there's no way" she could have crawled out of her crib.

  • Protesters seek answers in missing toddler case

    About 35 people demonstrated outside the Waterville Police Department on Saturday to press for law enforcement officials to bring charges in the case of missing Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds.

  • **FILE** This undated photo obtained from a Facebook page shows missing toddler Ayla Reynolds. Investigators said Jan. 29, 2012, that some of the blood found in the Maine home where Reynolds was last seen on Dec. 17 belonged to the little girl. (Associated Press/Obtained from Facebook)

    Missing Maine toddler's blood found in dad's home

    Family members of a missing toddler in Maine were told by police that the amount of the girl's blood found in the basement where her father slept was "more than a small cut would produce" but police declined on Monday to say how much blood was discovered.

  • American Scene

    A house severely damaged in a Christmas morning fire that killed three children and two grandparents, one of whom worked as Santa Claus at Saks Fifth Avenue, has been torn down.

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