This weekend marks the 72nd anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. On Sunday, the last two known Pearl Harbor survivors will be honored by Broward Navy Days at Coast Guard Station Fort Lauderdale.
It’s been seven decades since the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II, but for some Miami-Dade teens commemorating the event was transformative for them.
A group of performers traveling the world entertaining our troops is making its way to South Florida.
Abe Stein says he still remembers the attack on Pearl Harbor, “like it was yesterday.”
The moon landing, the assassination of JFK, the 9/11 attacks, the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. They are events and days that defined recent American history like no others.
The disaster in Japan has many people offering help. It also has many people thinking about America’s relationship with Japan. More than a million Japanese Americans live in the United States. CBS4 anchor Shannon Hori is one of them.