ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY:
Dianne Feinstein became San Francisco's first woman mayor when she was named to replace George Moscone, who had been assassinated.
Associated Press correspondent Terry Anderson, the longest-held Western hostage in Lebanon, was released after nearly seven years in captivity.
The NBA suspended Latrell Sprewell of the Golden State Warriors for one year for choking and threatening to kill his coach, P.J. Carlesimo. (An arbitrator later reduced the suspension and reinstated Sprewell to the Warriors, which had terminated his contract.)
and not so favorites...
Rock musician Frank Zappa died at age 52.
A Florida state judge refused to overturn Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush's certified victory in Florida, and the U.S. Supreme Court set aside a ruling that had allowed manual recounts.
I came home from the hospital in this: