KPIX News Hour, 1964-08-18 / KPIX live coverage of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination
Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy
Benjamin V. Williams Papers
Broadcast of the KPIX News Hour on August 18, 1964 and KPIX's live coverage of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California on June 5, 1968. Opening credits [01:41], Rod Sherry's report on The Beatles arrival at the San Francisco Airport [02:13], Glen Hanson's report on the rescue of the crew of the Sea Wolf tug boat [06:40], Nancy Clark's report on Governor Pat Brown's news conference on the California delegation to the Democratic Party convention [10:25], Don Brice's report on bus crash at 'Slaughter Alley' [11:50], Nancy Clark's report on the San Francisco Housing Authority's meeting in private [13:05], Don Brice's report on massive fire in Elko, Nevada [14:16], Glen Hanson's report on Jean Marie Tomin murder case and Hallinan family trial for Auto Row civil rights protest [16:48], Sports report [17:35], Don Brice's feature report on Solano County Parachute Club's ski diving at Lake Berryessa [19:54], Nancy Clark's report on arrival of the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus in San Francisco [19:01], Weather report [23:00], Glen Hanson's report on California wildfires in the Sierra Nevada National Forest [23:09], Court rules for Berkeley City Council school board re-election [23:54], KPIX's live coverage of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California [26:08]
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