Full coverage: Natalie Wood investigation
7:28 PM PST, January 14, 2013
Citing bruises found on the actress' body, the medical examiner questions the original findings and revises the cause from an accident to 'drowning and other undetermined factors.'
The lifeguard captain who helped pull Natalie Wood's body from the water 30 years ago said he still believes the actress could have been saved had officials begun the search for her earlier.
Lana Wood said she's pleased that the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has reopened the case.
2:56 PM PST, November 18, 2011
While the new information is substantial enough to reopen the 1981 case, detectives say a different outcome is unlikely.
2:17 PM PST, November 18, 2011
During the 1997 interview, Walken brushed off questions about a fight with Robert Wagner.
11:59 AM PST, November 18, 2011
A detective says new information recently received about the 1981 death of Natalie Wood is substantial, but he says Robert Wagner is not a suspect.
10:48 AM PST, November 18, 2011
After they interview Dennis Davern, detectives will decide whether it's necessary to interview other principals in the case.
9:15 AM PST, November 18, 2011
Lana Wood has been among those calling for a new investigation into the star's 1981 drowning death.
7:29 AM PST, November 18, 2011
The captain claimed Friday that he lied to investigators about Natalie Wood's mysterious death 30 years ago.
7:17 PM PST, November 17, 2011
The actor made a statement through his publicist about the new investigation into Wood's death.
5:53 PM PST, November 17, 2011
Detectives decided to reopen the investigation in part because of statements made by the captain of the boat Wood was on at the time of her death.
November 18, 2011
The coroner originally ruled the actress' 1981 death an accident, but investigators want to talk to the captain of the yacht Wood and her husband were on the weekend she died off Santa Catalina.
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