WBZ Archives: The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy
50 years ago today, Robert F. Kennedy was shot just after winning the crucial California primary. He died the following day from his injuries.

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WBZ Archives: WBZ-TV’s Very First BroadcastOn this day in 1948, WBZ-TV became New England’s first TV stations. The very first messages ever broadcast were greetings from Mayor James Michael Curley, Cardinal Cushing, and Rabbi Joshua Loth Liebman, followed by our inaugural newscast.
WBZ Archives: The Earliest Days Of Newsgathering For WBZ-TVTen years after WBZ-TV made its debut, we aired this video explaining the newsgathering process, and how WBZ put newscasts on the air in our first decade.
WBZ Archives: “Who Ya Gonna Call? Ghostbusters!”On this day in 1984, “Ghostbusters” was released in theatres. Joyce Kulhawik sat down with Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd to talk about the film that became an instant classic! “Ghostbusters is gonna be a big hit,” she said.
WBZ Archives: Eastern Airlines Shuttle Becomes Trump ShuttleOn this this day in 1989, longtime Boston carrier Eastern Airlines flew its final “Eastern Shuttle” between Boston, NY, and Washington, paving the way for the new “Trump Shuttle” to launch. Donald Trump famously acquired Eastern and launched his own Trump-branded airline.
WBZ Archives: Tony Conigliaro Night at Fenway ParkOn this day in 1983, the Red Sox held Tony C Night. The 1967 “Impossible Dream” Red Sox team reunited on the field. In 1982, seven years after ending his baseball career, Tony suffered a heart attack and stroke. He remained in a coma until he died in 1990.
WBZ Archives: Commemorating D-DayOn this day in 1994, Jack Williams reported from Normandy, France as the world marked the 50th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.

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