Oct. 15: A 911 call was made from the Closs residence around 1 a.m.
Oct. 15: An Amber Alert was issued for Jayme Closs around 3:30 p.m. even with lack of information (vehicles of interest), as Jayme was determined in danger.
Oct. 16: Tip comes in about a possible sighting of Jayme in Miami. Authorities dismiss this tip as "not credible." Investigators also say they do not believe Jayme is a suspect in her parents' deaths.
Oct. 17: Investigators believe Jayme was home when her parents were killed.
Oct. 18: One hundred people join a ground search for Jayme in which nothing of evidence was found.
Oct. 19: Jayme is listed on FBI's top missing persons list.
Oct. 23: Nearly 2,000 volunteers partake in another ground search for Jayme. Several items are found and taken for assessment.
Oct. 24: Sheriff offers $25,000 reward for information leading to Jayme's location. That amount is later doubled to $50,000 by the Jennie-O Turkey Store where the Closs parents worked.
Oct. 23: A funeral service is held for Jayme's parents, Denise and James Closs.
Oct. 29: Kyle Jaenke-Annis, 32, is charged with breaking into the Closs home and stealing some of Jayme's clothing. He is ruled out as a suspect.
Dec. 12: City of Barron holds a "tree of hope" lighting ceremony to revive hope that Jayme would be home safe soon.
Jan. 10: Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald reports that Jayme is found alive and safe around 8 p.m.
Jan. 11: A news conference is held at 10 a.m. in Barron and a photo of the suspect, Jake Thomas Patterson, is released.
Jan. 11 Jayme Closs was reunited with her aunt and her dog. Photo by: Jennifer Smith