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'Accidental' removed from Natalie Wood's death certificateupdated: Wed Aug 22 2012 18:34:00

Information gathered by a renewed investigation into actress Natalie Wood's 1981 drowning death has persuaded the Los Angeles coroner to remove "accidental" from her death certificate, a detective said.

1981: Natalie Wood found deadupdated: Wed Jan 11 2012 15:18:00

1981: Los Angeles County Chief Medical Examiner-Coroner Thomas Noguchi, gives details on Natalie Wood's death.

Police pursue 'intriguing' information in Natalie Wood caseupdated: Wed Jan 11 2012 15:18:00

Tipsters are coming forward with additional information regarding actress Natalie Wood's 1981 drowning death, after authorities announced two months ago they were reopening the case, a Los Angeles County sheriff's spokesman said Wednesday.

What happened to Natalie Wood?updated: Sat Nov 19 2011 13:15:00

Anderson Cooper talks to Jim Moret and Sam Kashner about the mystery surrounding Natalie Wood's death investigation.

Captain describes Wood cover-up storyupdated: Fri Nov 18 2011 23:22:00

A boat captain says he, Robert Wagner and Christopher Walken concocted a story about the night Natalie Wood died.

Sister, yacht captain want Natalie Wood case reopenedupdated: Mon Mar 08 2010 16:22:00

Natalie Wood once said in a televised interview that her greatest fear was of dark seawater. Later, in November 1981, she drowned in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Catalina Island, California.

SI.com: Bruce Martin: Remembering the Brickyard Crossing motelupdated: Tue Dec 23 2008 16:48:00

KOONTZ LAKE, Indiana -- When the Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced that it was shutting down the "Brickyard Crossing" motel last week, it drew little attention, lost in the shuffle of other motorsports layoffs, race cancellations and drug testing announcements.

SI.com: Bruce Martin: Fearing Talladega and more weekend notesupdated: Wed Oct 01 2008 17:22:00

KANSAS CITY -- This year's Chase for the Championship has turned into a three-man battle between Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle as the top three are separated by just 30 points.

Fortune: The Latest Thing in Jobs, The Importance of Holes in Hats, A Farewell to Charlie, and Other Matters. Catching up with Mackayupdated: Mon Nov 24 1986 00:01:00

Quick -- what do the following business enterprises have in common: Boise Cascade, Sundstrand, the Winery Employees Association (of San Francisco), and Hormel? Answer: They are among the numerous e...

Fortune: TROUBLE IN GOTHAM New York City is reasonably well run these days, but its basic problems still look large and intractable.updated: Mon May 27 1985 00:01:00

Roger Starr, who has some unique credentials as a commentator on New York City, has written a book offering a gloomy perspective. At the end of World War II, he tells us, New York was a glowing emi...

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