Born on this Day in History: April 10, 1936 - John Madden was born in Austin, Minnesota. First joining Oakland in 1967, he was promoted to head coach in 1969 at age 33, the youngest head coach in the American Football League. Before retiring in 1979, he had lead the team to seven AFC Western Division titles and a victory over the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XI. In 1980, he started his broadcasting career.
On this Day in History: April 10, 2003 - FBI agents raid the Noonday, Texas home of avowed white supremacist William Joseph Krar. Upon searching the domicile and some rented storage units, the agents turn up an arsenal including briefcase bombs with remote-controlled detonators, full-auto machine guns, silencers, nearly 500,000 rounds of ammunition, a 1953 military land mine, more than 800 grams of sodium cyanide, and a copy of The Turner Diaries. Krar later receives 11 years for possession of a dangerous chemical weapon.