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America’s original anchormen Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson reunite! Looking back at ‘THE 10 O’Clock News’, Reboot of A&E’s ‘Cold Case Files’

Bill Kurtis joins WGN Radio’s Dave Plier to talk about the reboot of A&E’s ‘Cold Case Files’, then Dave surprises Bill with special guest Walter Jacobson who was working down the hall preparing next week’s ‘Walter’s Perspective’ on WGN Radio. They talk about their rise to the TV ratings nearly 50 years ago and their longtime friendship.
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Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Bill Kurtis, Harry Caray, Wheeling bank robbery and more

See Daily Herald images of Bill Kurtis, Harry Caray, a Wheeling bank robbery, ad draft protest and more in our latest "Through the Film Magnifier" gallery. The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 54,164, Mike Seeling photo: Chicago Bears' cornerback Virgil Livers participates in a pancake eating contest benefiting the Easter Seal Foundation in Buffalo Grove in March of 1980.
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Bill Kurtis

Bill Kurtis has been a fixture in the news world for more than 50 years. From radio to TV, Bill has shown the world that he has what it takes to conquer any medium. His calm demeanor and powerful voice quickly catapulted him to stardom, and he has become a trusted source for information. Over the course of his career, Bill has worked with several networks including A&E and CBS. In addition to news, he has also narrated documentaries and other projects. Even though he’s not in his 80s, Bill Kurtis is still working hard and he has a lot of things he wants to share with the world. Keep reading for 10 things you didn’t know about Bill Kurtis.
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Bill Kurtis Returns to Cold Case Files, Reclaims Throne as Voice of True Crime

Bill Kurtis can’t go on vacation without strangers recognizing him and inquiring about old Cold Case Files episodes that still haunt them. “They walk up to me and say, ‘Whatever happened to that 18-year-old whose body was found?’ and I swear to God, I can’t remember all 137 episodes,” Kurtis confesses to TVLine. “So I nod my head and say, ‘That’s Episode 79. That was chilling,’ just to keep things moving. And it works most of the time. That’s my life.” Perhaps this level of recognition is one of the reasons Kurtis is returning this week as the host and voice of...
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"For God's Sake:" Bill Kurtis recalls delivering 1966 warning

Crews extinguished a fire early Wednesday at a large metal building at 1701 N.W. Topeka Blvd. United Way gives away free coffee to start Day of Giving. Jessica Lehnherr, of the United Way of Greater Topeka, gives free PT's coffee to a motorist Wednesday outside the agency's office at 1527 S.W. Fairlawn.
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Bill Kurtis Talks ‘The Lincoln Laureates’ Podcast [AUDIO]

The Lincoln Laureates podcast is a collection of rare conversations with the authors, artists, scientists, and visionaries who have been bestowed with the Order of Lincoln Medallion. “The Lincoln Laureates” represent the most revered Illinoisans through the mission of The Lincoln Academy of Illinois.
LINCOLN, IL
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Bill Kurtis Talks ‘The Lincoln Laureates’ Podcast [AUDIO]

The Lincoln Laureates podcast is a collection of rare conversations with the authors, artists, scientists, and visionaries who have been bestowed with the Order of Lincoln Medallion. “The Lincoln Laureates” represent the most revered Illinoisans through the mission of The Lincoln Academy of Illinois.
LINCOLN, IL
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Bill Kurtis talks new podcast: The Lincoln Laureates

Legendary journalist Bill Kurtis joined Bob Sirott to talk about the podcast series as he serves as both the announcer and advisor. The podcasts feature deeply personal conversations with Lincoln Laureates on their passion for Illinois and how Lincoln’s legacy has informed and inspired their lives for the entire series.
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