1982 - First column appears in USA Today. And "The Larry King Show" wins a Peabody Award.
June 3, 1985 - Larry King Live premieres on CNN.
1988 - Establishes the Larry King Cardiac Foundation to help those in need afford treatment.
1989 - Is inducted in to the National Radio Hall of Fame.
1992 - National Association of Broadcasters - Broadcasting Hall of Fame induction
February 20, 1992 - H. Ross Perot announces his bid for in the 1992 presidential election on "Larry King Live".
1992 - "Larry King Live Election Coverage 1992" wins a Peabody Award.
November 9, 1993 - Vice President Al Gore and H. Ross Perot appear on "Larry King Live" to discuss NAFTA.
January 14, 1998 - Interviews death row inmate Karla Faye Tucker at the Mountain View Unit, Texas Dept. of Corrections.
1999 - Wins a News and Documentary Emmy for Outstanding Interview/Interviewer for the show with Karla Faye Tucker.
September 24, 2001 - Last column appears in USA Today
April 2003 - Publishes a novel, "Moon Over Manhattan: Mystery & Mayhem".
2007 - Fiftieth year in broadcasting.
July 11, 2008 - The intersection of Sunset and Cahuenga Boulevards is renamed Larry King Square. The CNN Los Angeles bureau is located there.
May 2009 - His autobiography, "My Remarkable Journey" is released.
May 18, 2009 - Introduces his son, Larry King, Jr. to the public on "Larry King Live".
June 29, 2010 - Announces his decision to retire from the nightly "Larry King Live" show after 25 years.
December 16, 2010 - The final show of "Larry King Live" airs.
April 14, 2011 - "Larry King: Stand Up", the first in a series of one-man comedy shows, opens in Torrington, Connecticut.
September 26, 2011 - King receives a lifetime achievement award at the News and Documentary Emmy Awards in New York.