Abducted through her bedroom window at age 14 and brutalized by a homeless man and his wife, Elizabeth Smart was the most-looked for girl in America for several months. Now an ABC correspondent, Smart runs a foundation helping other victims of abduction and advocating for the safety of children. She's in Tri-Cities today. Smart is the keynote speaker at the 12th annual Women Helping Women Fund Tri-Cities benefit luncheon at TRAC in Pasco. If you want to see if there is still room to attend, tickets require a $100 donation to WHWFTC. Call to inquire at 509-736-1946.

Hear Big Jim & Stacy Lee's interview with Smart from this morning: