Sheriff's officials say jurors have reached a verdict, and all sides are gathering in the courtroom.

1 p.m. 'Verdict must be signed by all'

Judge Edward Burmila is drafting this response to jurors: "The word unanimous has its common meaning. It indicates the agreement of all on the matter at hand. Your verdict must be unanimous and signed by all."

12:55 p.m. 'What does unanimous mean?'

The judge said the note from jurors reads, "Just to be clear, judge, what does unanimous mean?"

The judge proposes to respond that, "The word unanimous . . . indicates the agreement of all on the matter at hand."

12:50 p.m. Relatives gather to hear jurors' question

Kathleen Savio's sister, Sue Doman, and other relatives have returned to the courtroom.

The judge is not on the bench, and both the prosecution and defense teams are conferring separately about how to answer the question, which has not been revealed in court yet.

12:30 p.m. Question from jurors

Jurors have a question, and attorneys for both sides are returning to the courtroom.

11:50 a.m. Lunch is served

Lunch has arrived for jurors, who have been deliberating for more than 11 hours total so far.

9:45 a.m. People line up to watch ... nothing

A few die-hard court watchers are still lining up in the middle of the night at the Will County courthouse to get tickets to see the Drew Peterson murder trial — even though very little is happening in the courtroom.

The jury of seven men and five women is deliberating and nothing has happened in the courtroom today.

But three people lined up outside the Joliet courthouse about 1:30 a.m., three others at 3:30 a.m. and about seven others arrived later, according to a spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office.

9:05 a.m. Deliberations resume

Jurors began deliberating in the Drew Peterson murder case at 9:05 a.m. They were not brought into the courtroom but instead escorted directly to the jury room to begin deliberating.

7 a.m. Day 2 of jury deliberations