Remember 2 years ago this month what the major news story was?

It was a story about a 7 year-old boy named Kyron who went missing.

It happened during the morning of June 4, 2010, when Kyron disappeared after  school science fair where displayed a project on red tree frogs.

His stepmom Terri Horman was the last person to see Kyron because she was at the science fair.

2 years later no signs of Kyron and no one in custody.

Now an update, Desiree Young, the mother of missing Oregon boy Kyron has filed a $10 million civil suit against his stepmother seeking answers about her son's disappearance.

She says: "I believe that Terri Horman knows where Kyron is. I believe that Terri Horman is responsible for where my son is,"

Terri Horman says she last saw Kyron walking down a hallway toward his classroom.

Police have since spent 28,000 man hours searching for Kyron.

"The time has come for Terri to take responsibility for what she has done and to tell me and my family where Kyron is and how he got there," Young said on Friday.


-) Police have pointed a finger at the boy's stepmother, Terri Horman, and have indicated there are discrepancies in her account of what happened on the

Horman also admitted to hating her 7-year-old stepson, police said.

-) The missing boy's father, Kaine Horman, has since filed for divorce from Horman after being told she had allegedly tried to hire someone to kill him.

Terri Horman has remained steadfastly silent through most of the investigation, only releasing brief statements through her attorney that she did not have anything to do with Kyron's disappearance.

Her lawyer, Stephen Houze, said last year that his client had received death threats and that the media frenzy surrounding the case had morphed into a "witch hunt."

Nearly two years later, Kaine Horman and Desiree Young say they won't ever rest.