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Written by Chris Dyches - email HICKORY, NC (WBTV) - Adam Baker and his mother, Karen, shed more than a few tears Tuesday night while watching a vigil for his 10-year-old daughter on a computer screen, isolated from the public. Baker told WBTV that he wanted to go to the vigil for his 10-year-old daughter Zahra, but didn't want his presence to be a distraction. Baker said he can't go anywhere without people yelling at him and accusing him of murder. More News Hundred...More >>
Adam Baker and his mother, Karen, shed more than a few tears Tuesday night, watching a vigil for his 10-year-old daughter on a computer screen, isolated from the public.More >>
Adam Baker said Tuesday he wants "justice for Zahra" and said when his wife goes to trial on a charge of second degree murder in the death of the little girl he plans to be there to "make sure Elisa gets what she deserves."More >>
On the same day in which Elisa Baker was indicted on second-degree murder charges in the death of her stepdaughter, Zahra, the state medical examiner's office also released its autopsy report. Warning: Graphic contentMore >>
The stepmother of a 10-year-old girl whose body was dismembered and strewn around western North Carolina has been married at least seven times, including one period when she was married to three men at the same time.
Hickory Police are looking into the marital status of the father and stepmother of a girl who was first listed as missing in October and was reported dead last week. INSIDE: READ THE DIVORCE PAPERWORKMore >>
Experts and investigators from all over the country are now joining in the search for 10-year-old Zahra Baker of Hickory. PrimeTime's Jeff Atkinson reports on "Team Adam" and its impeccable record in finding missing children.