Born on this Day in History: March 28, 1955 - Born in McAlester, Oklahoma, Reba McEntire got her break singing the national anthem at the 1974 rodeo finals. She recorded with Mercury and MCA records, topped the country charts numerous times, and was crowned the CMA's best female vocalist for four consecutive years. McEntire has acted in films, starred in her own sitcom and runs several businesses with her husband and manager.
On this Day in History: March 28, 1996 - 78 people apparently perish in a fire at the Pasar Anyar shopping center in Bogor, West Java. The estimate is lowered to 10 after it is discovered that most of the dead are store mannequins.