Today in history
Maybe an Armani jacket and some shades
May 8, 2014 at 7:30 AM
50 years ago, 1964: President Johnson promoted Charlotte Moton Hubbard to what was described today as the highest ranking permanent federal post to be held by a Negro women. She was appointed deputy assistant secretary of state for public affairs.
25 years ago, 1989: A North Miami warehouse bursting with "Miami Vice" props drew hundreds of diehard fans and flea-market junkies. They lined up two hours before the gates opened, ready to make a mad dash to buy a piece of "Vice" which would end its five-year run in late May.
10 years ago, 2004: The prize was a recording contract with Epic Records and a shot at superstardom - and a pair of Sandusky sisters was one step closer to the prize. Mary and Stephanie Stevens learned they were selected to compete in the quarter finals of "Radio Star," a national talent search conducted locally by Mix 102.7 WCPZ.