o “The Lion King” and “Forest Gump” were the top-grossing movies.
o O.J. Simpson led police on a high speed chase in his white Ford Bronco.
o Olympic figure skater Tanya Harding was fined $160,000 and stripped of her U.S. Championship title for hindering the prosecution of Nancy Kerrigan’s attacker.
o Nelson Mandela became South Africa’s first black president.
o Bill Clinton was U.S. president.
o Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Richard Nixon, Kurt Cobain and John Candy died.
o The Dallas Cowboys won Super Bowl XXVIII.
o Mariah Carey’s “Hero” was the No. 1 song on Billboard charts.
o “Seinfeld” and “E.R.” captivated many television viewers.
o Lisa Marie Presley entered a brief marriage with Michael Jackson.
When Michael Terry was a third-grader at Salmon Creek Elementary School, he wanted to grow up to be a professional athlete, have a wife and three kids, “lots and lots of money,” and, when his athletic career wound down, he would open a trading cards shop.