In the wake of a kidnapping that resulted in a three-month-old baby dying, new rules are being put in place for when amber alerts are going to be used. A press conference was held today and Attorney General Paula Dow said the state is going to use amber alerts in family kidnappings. The three-month-old child was kidnapped by her father, who did not have custody rights, and then he said he tossed her body off a bridge. No amber alert was sounded. Dow said this incident has taught the state a lesson and the change is necessary to be made.