Several events are scheduled across Southern California in remembrance of the those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.
Nearly one decade after 9/11, first-responders in Los Angeles can still vividly recall the urgency of those hours following the attacks.
The roughly 30-foot, 1,900-pound beam was acquired by firefighters who approached the New York City-based committee in charge of relics from the Lower Manhattan site.
Authorities say a woman who lost her daughter in the 9/11 attacks was hospitalized while recovering from a near-drowning in her ex-husband’s pool.
While a ready nation has been awaiting the news that Osama Bin Laden was dead…for almost ten years…no group of people have probably been more keenly observant of how the US was tracking the outlaw than those who were in the Pentagon or Twin Towers on the morning of 9-11.
A judge has set a June 2011 start date for a lawsuit by the family of Mark Bavis, a 31-year-old Kings scout who was on Flight 175 when it hit the World Trade Center.
Law enforcement officials say they’re on heightened alert after a hoax at LAX and national threats to burn the Koran have frayed nerves on this ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Everyone from Mayor Villaraigosa and local lawmakers to members of the “9/11 Truth” movement will be out memorializing the anniversary of the attacks.
Mayor Villaraigosa will join police and fire officials from around the city to honor those lost in the worst attack ever on U.S. soil.
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