Paul Harvey, the most listened-to broadcaster in America, whose shows originating from Chicago were heard by 18 million people every day, is dead at age 90.
Harvey was known for his shows, “Paul Harvey News” and “The Rest of the Story.”
“Hello, Americans,” every show began. “You know what the news is. In a minute, you're going to hear the rest of the story.”
Each broadcast ended with a human-interest story with a surprise ending, and his trademark pause: “Paul Harvey ... Good Day!”
Harvey died Saturday at a hospital in Phoenix, Ariz., where he had a winter home, less than a year after his wife, Lynne “Angel” Harvey.
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