There are certain news items that are seared into our memories forever. One happened 37 years ago. I was at work at WTPR in Paris, Tennessee, when the Space Shuttle Challenger took off. Space shuttle launches had become somewhat routine at the time, and I hadn't made a point to watch the recent ones. This was different, because for the first time in NASA's history, a private citizen would be aboard, an elementary teacher named Christa McAuliffe. Also, because our news director Bart Herbison invited the staff to drop by the newsroom if we could to watch the launch on live TV. What we saw was devastating, never to be forgotten. Do you remember where you were and what you were doing that day?