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Attack on Pearl Harbor (1941)

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  • Community Commentary: A day of infamy, 70 years later

    Local legend Jack Hammett is probably best known for having been on the Costa Mesa City Council for two terms. During that eight-year period (starting in 1970), Hammett served for a time as the city's mayor. Hammett is also co-founder and — for 26...
  • Boy Scouts celebrate 'Hometown Heroes'

    Boy Scouts celebrate 'Hometown Heroes'
    Hometown Heroes were honored by the Verdugo Hills Council of the Boy Scouts of America on Wednesday, Dec. 7, a day that marked the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Appropriately, veterans were among those honored at the Oakmont...
  • Joe Surf: Skimming the surface for a different kind of ride

    Yes, I know, the blockbuster event of the summer — the US Open of Surfing — is just a little more than two weeks from getting underway on the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier. But the biggest surfing event in the world isn't all that'...
  • Pearl Harbor, Part 1: 'I was as content and peaceful as all get-out'

    Pearl Harbor, Part 1: 'I was as content and peaceful as all get-out'
    The first torpedo slammed into the USS California around 8:05 a.m. Russell Argabrite didn't take notice of the time. Minutes earlier, a blaring announcement had rustled him from a comfy corner of the battleship, which was docked off Ford Island at Pearl...
  • Pearl Harbor Part 2: The height of the attack

    Pearl Harbor Part 2: The height of the attack
    Part two of four. Growing up in Allentown, Pa., Bill Muehleib would visit his grandmother's house and listen to Hawaiian music on the Victrola. A curious kid by nature, he always wanted to visit the islands. He got his wish when he arrived in Hawaii...
  • Pearl Harbor radar men are reunited in Allentown

    Pearl Harbor radar men are reunited in Allentown
    The three old Army buddies faced one another for the first time in 70 years, united by their experience in America's darkest hour of the 20th century. One of them reflected on the time gone by since their early days in uniform. "I'll tell you how it is...
  • Local school band heads to Hawaii for Pearl Harbor Day

    Local school band heads to Hawaii for Pearl Harbor Day
    On Saturday night, 110 Indianapolis Public School students departed for a historic trip to Hawaii to be a part of the opening ceremonies and memorial parade marking the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The students are members of the...
  • Strasburg marks 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attacks

    Strasburg marks 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attacks
    A large crowd gathered at Strasburg's Veterans Memorial Sunday to mark the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. It was the 17th year for the ceremony, which honors area veterans who have served our country....
  • Community Commentary: Pearl Harbor's lessons still apply today

    I was born two years after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. My dad joined the Marines, and was in the war when I was born. My life has been, to some degree, defined by this horrible time of war. However, like tragedies in all parts of our lives, there...
  • Pearl Harbor veteran recalls bewilderment of attack

    Pearl Harbor veteran recalls bewilderment of attack
    Seventy years ago this week, Navy veteran Lou Gore was startled by the muffled thuds of explosions and a burst of commotion while cleaning up from breakfast below deck on the USS Phoenix, a cruiser docked at Pearl Harbor. Hurrying topside, the 18-year-...
  • 9/11: Events We Never Forget But Fail To Clearly Remember

    9/11: Events We Never Forget But Fail To Clearly Remember
    Every year, Wesleyan psychology and neuroscience Professor John Seamon asks his students if they remember the events of their lives on 9/11. "All the hands go up," Seamon said. "And I say, 'About a third of you are wrong.' They just sit there and say,...
  • Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani On Special News CloseUp

    Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani On Special News CloseUp
    PIX11's Marvin Scott sat down with NYC former mayor Rudy Giuliani for a very special News CloseUp.  Watch it on PIX11 Saturday at 6:30 PM and again Sunday at 6:00 AM. Here are some excepts from that exclusive interview.   ON TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF 9/11: ...