One bit of good news, the little girl has been found safe and sound.
Lets start with the Arizona Amber Alert that has gone out for an 18-20 month old little girl (hat tip to HCdl).
Authorities are looking for an SUV stolen this afternoon with a 20-month-old girl in the backseat.
Glendale police are looking for a blue 2001 Ford Excursion, Arizona license plate 740-YBN, taken near 47th Avenue and Bethany Home Road. The vehicle is marked with Tweety Bird and "La Raza" stickers.
The baby girl was wearing a two-piece pink jumpsuit. Police have issued an Amber Alert for her.
Sgt. Jim Toomey said the girl's father left the Excursion running when he stopped into the office at their apartment complex.
That's when someone “took the opportunity to take the car,” Toomey said.
Phoenix police are assisting in the search. Anyone with information is asked to call 911.
Glendale Police Department at (623) 930-3000.
If you are in Arizona and going out tonight, keep your eyes open and cell phone handy.
I haven't found any pictures of the little girl as of yet, but I will update with a picture as soon as one is available.
Next we have a couple of updates.
The Utah Mine rescue is ongoing still and please keep your thoughts and paryers on those miners, the rescuers and the families.
The six miners have not been heard from in five days, since the Crandall Canyon Mine near Huntington caved in on Monday morning, and did not respond when a microphone was lowered 1,800 feet through a drill hole.
The rescuers said it was possible that they had missed the shaft where the miners were thought trapped and drilled instead into a sealed chamber nearby.
Initial tests taken through the 2-1/2-inch (5-cm) bore hole of the air in the mine showed it could sustain life but later readings indicated much lower oxygen levels.
"There is no reason to lose hope," Richard Stickler, head of the Mine Safety and Health Administration, told reporters at a news conference. "There is certainly a possibility these miners are still alive, because we don't know where this bore hole drilled in."
"At this point, the thing to do is continue on our plan, maintain our hope," Stickler said.
Last update is on the Minnesota Bridge Collapse, recovery workers have removed another body from the wreckage of the bridge.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Divers removed another body from the wreckage of a freeway bridge Friday, while the federal transportation secretary offered $50 million to help with recovery and rebuilding.
The known death toll from last week's collapse reached eight when Navy divers found a body about noon.
The body belonged to Sadiya Sahal, 23, of St. Paul. A body found Thursday was identified as her 2-year-old daughter, Hanah Sahal. Both had been on the list of missing.
Those identifications reduce the list of known missing and presumed dead to five. The medical examiner had initially said remains found Thursday might have belonged to two people, but later clarified that one set of remains was recovered Thursday and another on Friday.
Again, keep your thoughts and prayers on these three items, for the little girl to be returned to her family, for the 6 miners that are trapped and for the families of those that died when the bridge collapsed as well as those who are in serious or critical condition in the hospital and their families.
I will update as news comes out.