HOUSTON (AP) - A judge is scheduled to get an update on the case of a Houston boy found in March after being kidnapped as an infant eight years ago.
Child Protective Services officials say 8-year-old Miguel Morin remains in foster care. They say he has not had visits with his parents since authorities found him living in East Texas.
His former baby sitter and her mother remain jailed on kidnapping charges.
Authorities allege the boy was hidden in homes in Central and East Texas, kept out of school and called by a different name through the years.
In May, CPS officials said Miguel was working with a therapist but wasn't ready to be told who his parents are.
Officials have said Miguel's parents, who live in Houston, are being understanding.