Friday marks 50- years since the fatal shots were fired, not far at all from our homes here in Texoma, that claimed the life of an American president.
Retired Dallas Police Detective talks about what happened as Oswald was shot
WARNING: ADULT LANGUAGE. Retired Police Detective James Leavelle talks about the Jack Ruby Arrest.
Retired Dallas Police Detective talks about his time with Lee Oswald, and a possible confession.
Retired Dallas Police Detective James Leavelle talks about his prisoner on the day of the assassination.
An extended interview with James Leavelle, Retired Dallas Police Detective
An extended interview with James Teague, JFK Eyewitness.
An extended interview with Doctor Ronald Jones
An extended interview with Doctor Robert McClellan
Watch an extended interview with JFK Assassination eyewitness, Pierce Allman
On November 22 1963, just a little past one thousand days in office, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was killed by an assassin's bullets...
The 1961 limousine that President Kennedy rode in on November 22nd 1963 was called X-100...
Parkland Hospital in Dallas Texas made history as the place where doctors worked unsuccessfully to save a severely wounded President...
A little more than an hour after President Kennedy was assassinated the manager of theater called police saying a man had come in without paying...
The morning of November 22 1963 President Kennedy awoke at the Texas Hotel
Dealey Plaza is a City Park in Dallas Texas named for George Bannerman Dealey
JFK's second-to-last speech from the Hotel Texas
View photos of our crew filming the Then & Now special.
Motion picture covering highlights of the final two days in the life of President John F. Kennedy.
Watch our special commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Assassination of JFK on November 23rd.
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On Friday, November 22, our nation will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John Kennedy in Dallas. After his death in 1963, our country was left in a state of shock. However, some things still went on, though not everyone agreed. Specifically NFL games, played just two days after JFK was murdered.
At age 43, John Kennedy, was the youngest person, ever elected president. Several times, while campaigning for the highest office in the land, this vibrant politician stopped in the Green Bay area.
Over the next two nights, we're going to share with you - memories of our nation's 35th president. As told by a number of local people, who campaigned for and alongside Kennedy, in our area in 1960.
Local 5 News special feature to report on historic experiences with the former President as it relates to northeast Wisconsin.