Back Stories: ‘Son Of Sam’ Sparks ‘A Very Fearful Time’As WCBS reporter Irene Cornell recalls, people started going to great lengths to protect themselves.
Back Stories: 'Son Of Sam' Serial Killer Terrorizes NYCIn the summer of 1977, the “Son of Sam” serial killer struck terror into the hearts of New Yorkers. He struck in the shadows of the Bronx and Queens.
Back Stories: President Richard Nixon ResignsFollowing the Watergate scandal, Nixon became the first president to do so.
Back Stories: The Station Gets A SongWhen the manager wanted the station to stand out, he called the “Jingle King,” Steve Karmen.
Back Stories: How Fred Fishkin Humanized The Gulf WarFishkin found local families with service members and watched the war unfold with them.
Back Stories: Philippe Petit's Audience AboveChopper 880 pilot Neal Busch talks about his view from above when Philippe Petit walk a high wire between the Twin Towers.
Back Stories: Man On Wire Philippe PetitWCBS reporter Irene Cornell was there when Philippe Petit dazzled New York City with a high-wire act between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in 1974.
Back Stories: WCBS 880's Parson, Farnsworth & FranklinIn today's Back Story, Wayne Cabot reflects on the unforgettable voices of WCBS 880's Pat Parson, Ben Farnsworth and Tom Franklin.
Back Stories: WCBS' First Female Anchor Rita SandsIn today's Back Story, Sands says there were some difficulties being the only woman in an all-male workplace, but there were also some coworkers who were willing to help her fit in.
Back Stories: Former WCBS Anchor Cameron SwayzeIn today's Back Story, meet Cameron Swayze, who spent more than half of his four-decade career as an anchor at WCBS.
Back Stories: The Vietnam War & Its ProtestsIn today's Back Story, former Washington correspondent Wes Vernon and former anchor Rita Sands remember the difficulties of covering that turbulent time.
Back Stories: Ed Ingles' Postgame InterviewsFormer WCBS Sports Director Ed Ingles tells us the back story of the time he upset former Chicago Blackhawks coach Billy Reay after a loss to the New York Rangers.

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