TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The 2006 GMC pickup truck owned by the father of two boys kidnapped from their grandparents' house has been found abandoned in a parking garage in the Tampa Bay area.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office says detectives are processing the vehicle, found late Thursday in Madeira Beach. They're searching for clues to help them find 4-year-old Cole Hakken and his 2-year-old brother Chase. Authorities say they were taken by their father, 35-year-old Joshua Michael Hakken, who tied up their grandmother.
Authorities in several states are searching for the boys, as tips have poured in. Authorities say Hakken and the children's mother, 34-year-old Sharyn Patricia Hakken, are prime suspects.
Joshua Hakken lost custody of his children last year after a drug possession arrest in Louisiana.
GASTONIA, N.C. (AP) - A North Carolina hospital that recently changed its name has also adopted a new slogan: "Cheat Death."
Gaston Memorial Hospital in Gastonia has become CaroMont Regional Medical Center and plans to work with restaurants to create "Cheat Death" menus and will work with gyms to create "Cheat Death" workouts. A social media campaign will offer tips on cheating death.
CaroMont CEO Randall Kelley says the hospital hopes to create a community health movement.
But not everyone likes the new slogan.
County commissioner and hospital board member Jason Williams says the new slogan is a bad idea. Williams says the hospital's new marketing campaign needs a new, positive slogan.
He says some hospital employees think the "Cheat Death" slogan cheapens their work. He says some pastors consider the slogan blasphemous.