'Toy Story,' the first-ever computer-generated animated film, has left a lasting legacy both on the big screen and in real life. But when it was released in 1995, even the actors themselves weren't immediately sure about it.
When the now-iconic movie 'Toy Story' was released for the 1995 holiday movie season, critics and moviegoers alike immediately recognized it was not only a revolutionary accomplishment, but it was also a really good film. Here's what the producers and even the actors themselves thought at the time.
Black Friday has always provided plenty of headlines, both good and bad. Here's a look at how crazy things got over the last few decades before the internet settled everyone down.
The children who experienced the scarier-than-usual Halloween of 1982 are grown up now, with children of their own. But some will never forget the Tylenol cyanide murders of that year.
The children who experienced the scarier-than-usual Halloween of 1982 are grown up now, with children of their own. But some will never forget the Tylenol cyanide murders that year.
Where is hip-hop headed, and how will the art form continue to evolve over the next 50 years? Lisa Evers, a long-time radio host and reporter in New York City, discusses it all.
As we celebrate 50 years of hip-hop culture, here's a look back from the FOX archives at some of the early media coverage of rap and hip-hop -- from the serious to the silly.
The 2003 Blackout left 50 million people without power -- some for a few hours, but others, for several days. It’s the biggest power outage in U.S. history.
Two decades after the great blackout of 2003, here's a look back at archived coverage from New York and Detroit, along with a reporter's perspective on what it was like to cover the story.
Almost half a century later, the unsolved mystery of Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance continues to fascinate the masses. Here is a look back at news coverage from that time and where some theories stand today.
Decades after the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, we take a look at WJBK's archived coverage and hear what it was like to be the reporter who broke the news that the notorious labor organizer had gone missing.
On June 17, 1994, O.J. Simpson would lead Los Angeles police on a 90-minute low-speed chase across Southern California that millions tuned into to watch in real-time.
Decades after the infamous white Ford Bronco chase, we take a look at KTTV's archived coverage and hear what it was like to be up in the sky over the surreal scene.