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INSIDE STORY: Will the Biggie Case Ever Be Solved?

He was a larger-than-life personality and one of the biggest names in music when he was shot and killed in front of dozens of witnesses early one March morning in Los Angeles.

So why nearly 12 years after the murder of celebrated rapper Christopher Wallace, a.k.a. the Notorious B.I.G., has the most infamous case in hip-hop history remained unsolved?

WEEK IN REVIEW: A Real-Life Superman

REEVE RECOVERY: Christopher Reeve’s recovery since his 1995 fall from a horse that rendered him a quadriplegic is nothing short of miraculous, PEOPLE reported this week. Reeve, 49, can now move his toes and the fingers of his left hand and can feel pin pricks over most of his body. “To be able to feel just the lightest touch is really a gift,” the “Superman” star told the magazine in an interview. (For more on Reeve’s recovery, check out PEOPLE’s special feature.)

B.I.G. Family Issues Tupac Murder Alibi

The family of Notorious B.I.G. continues to chip away at the Los Angeles Times’ thesis that the rapper, whose real name was Christopher Wallace, helped mastermind the 1996 Las Vegas slaying of arch-rival Tupac Shakur.

Attorneys for Wallace’s estate reportedly provided invoices to MTV News in New York that placed Wallace at a studio the night of Sept. 7, 1996 – the same period when Shakur, then 25, was fatally shot. (He died six days after being gunned down.)

B.I.G. Family Denies Tupac Murder Claim

The family of late rapper Notorious B.I.G. (real name: Christopher Wallace) is denying a Los Angeles Times report that he had a hand in the 1996 Las Vegas murder of his archrival, Tupac Shakur.

“We are outraged at the false and damaging statements,” Wallace’s family said in a statement. “For the record, Wallace was at his home in New Jersey on the night of Tupac Shakur’s murder, with friends who will continue to testify for his whereabouts since he is unable to defend himself.”