Hints of progress came after prosecutors suddenly convinced a judge to put a halt to a civil suit brought by Kyron's biological mother, Desiree Young. Prosecutors claimed the suit could hurt their investigation.
Terri Horman, stepmother to missing 8-year-old Kyron Horman, was in court with her estranged husband, Kaine Horman, to hash out their divorce proceedings and other issues. KATU News reporters were in the courtroom and sent real-time dispatches.
Judge Keith Meisenheimer will hear Kaine Horman's motion questioning the source of money Terri Horman used to pay her lawyer, Stephen Houze, an amount he claims totals $350,000. KATU News reporter Dan tilkin is in the courtroom.
In a phone interview with KATU News, the father of missing boy Kyron Horman talks about moving the "Wall of Hope," saying "we have a missing child, and security was part of the issue with him going missing..."
Investigators working on the Kyron Horman case released a new flier Tuesday that asks residents near Kyron's school if they saw his stepmother, Terri Horman, and her close friend, DeDe Spicher the day he disappeared.