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Walter Cronkite

Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr. was born Nov. 4, 1916 and is now retired. Began his career as broadcast journalist in 1937. Best known as anchorman for CBS Evening News and ending his newscasts with ¿And that¿s the way it is.¿
Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr. was born Nov. 4, 1916 and is now retired. Began his career as broadcast journalist in 1937. Best known as anchorman for CBS Evening News and ending his newscasts with ¿And that¿s the way it is.¿ « Show less

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  • Walter Cronkite's star will be forever aligned with moon landing

    Walter Cronkite's star will be forever aligned with moon landing
    He was our guide to the news during one of this nation's most eventful periods, so it was almost inevitable Walter Cronkite's death would coincide with the anniversary of some momentous occasion or another to be remembered through the prism he provided....
  • Only on PIX 11: Never Before Seen Footage of Walter Cronkite

    Only on PIX 11: Never Before Seen Footage of Walter Cronkite
    He reported the news, but his resonant, reassuring voice filtered through the hearts and minds of people everywhere. Walter Cronkite, who covered the second World War for the wire services and later became the iconic anchorman of the 'CBS Evening News,'...
  • NY'ers Remember Walter Cronkite; Funeral Planned for Thursday

    NY'ers Remember Walter Cronkite; Funeral Planned for Thursday
    People across Manhattan shared their favorite memories of iconic newsman Walter Cronkite - a man who many credit as taking them through some of the most defining moments of the nation, like when President Kennedy was assassinated. "I do remember when...
  • Remembering the other 'Uncle Walt' at Disney World

    Remembering the other 'Uncle Walt' at Disney World
  • WHY HE MATTERED SO MUCH

    WHY HE MATTERED SO MUCH
    WALTER CRONKITE (1916-2009) Walter Cronkite was the most trusted man in America for nearly 20 years. There will never be another newsman with that kind of thump. As people have and will remember him the common refrain is...times were different then....
  • Cronkite To Be Buried In Mo. After NYC Funeral

    Cronkite To Be Buried In Mo. After NYC Funeral
    Walter Cronkite's final resting place will be next to his late wife in Missouri, where the two first met, his chief of staff said Saturday. The 92-year-old former CBS anchorman died Friday at his Manhattan home of disease involving blood vessels in the...
  • Lime Rock Sends Mind Racing

    It is one of the many treasures this state has to offer, yet many don't take advantage of Lime Rock Park. You know how it works. Sometimes when you live close to something, you never go. Yet, you'll drive hours and hours to visit other places. If you'...
  • Newsman Walter Cronkite dead at 92

  • Megan Henderson

    Megan Henderson
    Megan Henderson is thrilled to be back home in Southern California, anchoring KTLA's Morning News from 4:30-7am. Megan was born in San Pedro and spent part of her childhood in Long Beach before moving to San Clemente, where her family still lives today....
  • Entertainment Reporter

    Entertainment Reporter
    Hailey Frances joined 39 News in June 2009 as one of the station's Multi Media Journalists. Hailey comes to Houston from Virginia, where she anchored a morning show and served as a reporter for 3 news affiliates in Charlottesville (WCAV,WAHU, and WVAW)....
  • Obama, Clinton Among Mourners At Memorial For Walter Cronkite

    Obama, Clinton Among Mourners At Memorial For Walter Cronkite
    President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton were just two of the speakers who took part in a memorial service Wednesday at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall to pay homage to late, legendary newsman Walter Cronkite. The President concluded...