Dec. 26: JonBenet Ramsey, 6, is found dead in the basement of her Boulder, Colo., home. Patsy Ramsey says she found a ransom note demanding $118,000 for her daughter.
Feb. 24: Ramsey spokesman says family members know they are "at the top of the list of possible suspects."
April 18: District Attorney Alex Hunter says Ramseys are under an "umbrella of suspicion."
April 30: Ramseys interviewed by police in first formal sessions.
May 14: Two detectives, including the first to arrive at the Ramsey home, are removed from the case.
June 23-25: Ramseys are questioned by police, their first interviews in more than a year. JonBenet's brother Burke, 9 at the time of her death, is interviewed for six hours.
March 31: A federal judge in Atlanta concludes that the weight of the evidence is more consistent with the intruder theory than with the theory that Patsy Ramsey killed JonBenet.
April 7: Lacy issues a statement agreeing with the judge.
June 24: Patsy Ramsey dies at 49 following a long battle with ovarian cancer.
Source: Associated Press