The parents of Lisa Irwin met with Kansas City Police Department detectives to discuss the missing baby's disappearance. This was their first meeting with police in more than three months.
Jeremy Irwin says each day is difficult without missing daughter Lisa Irwin but hopes an appearance on a national talk show will bring a lead that will bring her home.More > Debbie Bradley, mother of missing baby Lisa Irwin, says she believes her daughter is alive and will come home. She says an appearance on Dr. Phil will draw a national audience and can help create the lead to bring her home.More > Raw video: Jeremy Irwin, father of missing baby Lisa Irwin, said Thursday that he hopes a national television appearance brings his daughter home. He said he wants people to know, "We are still looking for her."More > RAW VIDEO: Watch in its entirety the dashcam video from a Kansas City police officer who responded to the Northland home of Debbie Bradley and Jeremy Irwin who reported their 10-month-old daughter missing the morning of Oct. 4.More > RAW VIDEO: Kansas City police release the dashcam video from one of the first responding officers to the home of Lisa Irwin, a 10-month-old infant who was reported missing from her home about 4 a.m. Oct. 4. This video contains no audio.More >
Search for Lisa
A trained child specialist interviewed missing baby Lisa Irwin's older half brothers Thursday afternoon.More > The mother of a 10-month-old baby who went missing from her Kansas City home said Friday that police have accused her of being responsible for the baby's disappearance. Debbie Bradley maintains she doesn't know where baby Lisa Irwin is and that she was snatched from her crib while sleeping.