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Judge Delays Decision On Releasing Full Wetterling Case FileThe first public hearing was held Friday about access to the investigative files from the 1989 kidnapping and killing of 11-year-old Jacob.
Wetterling Family Aims To Keep Media Out Of Privacy FightThe Wetterlings want to keep some documents private, saying they deal with personal family matters.
Patty Wetterling Opens Up At Amber Alert ConferenceFor the first time in more than eight months, Patty Wetterling is speaking out about how she and her family are coping.
Patty Wetterling Gives Keynote Speech At Amber Alert SymposiumWe are nearing closer to the one-year anniversary of the discovery of Jacob Wetterling's remains and the confession of his killer.
Wetterlings File Suit To Keep Some Case Files SealedThe contents of the Wetterling case file were set to be unsealed on Monday.
Jacob Wetterling Community Center Planned For St. JosephJerry Wetterling announced Tuesday that St. Joseph is going to be getting a community center in his son's honor.
Wetterling Friend Recounts Eerie Incident Weeks Before Jacob's AbductionA boyhood friend of Jacob Wetterling is sharing what he told investigators: That a man in a blue car had chased him just a month before the abduction.
Rassier Sues Investigators, Stearns County In Wetterling AbductionAfter once being named a person of interest in the abduction of Jacob Wetterling, Dan Rassier is now filing a lawsuit against the county and state.
Rassier To File Suit Seeking $2M In Damages From Wetterling InvestigatorsA lawsuit seeking more than $2 million in damages by a man publicly named as a person of interest in the Jacob Wetterling case will be filed in federal court Wednesday.
Case Files In Wetterling Abduction Could Be Made PublicNearly 30 years after he disappeared, the public may soon get a look at the investigative files in the abduction of Jacob Wetterling.
Judge: Heinrich Won't Pay Restitution To VictimsThe man who admitted last year that he abducted and killed Jacob Wetterling in 1989 will not have to pay restitution to his victims.