One by one, the names of the victims from Flight 93 were read at a ceremony at the national memorial in Somerset County Thursday morning.
Today’s Sept. 11 remembrances weren’t all about big ceremonies in Washington, D.C., New York or rural Pennsylvania.
This date 13 years ago is one Americans will never forget, when terrorists took aim at America.
We all remember and commemorate 9/11 in our own way.
Many of us paused today to remember the deadly terror attacks that took place 12 years ago.
JFK Airport in New York, two years ago. Four tons of history – a segment of the World Trade Center North Tower, destroyed on 9/11, is loaded onto a flatbed truck bound for Connellsville.
KDKA Radio’s Chris Moore talked to former FBI agent and one of Time Magazine’s 2002 “Persons of the Year” Coleen Rowley.
The heroes who fought back against terrorists who had hijacked United Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001, will be remembered Tuesday morning.
Officials with the Flight 93 National Memorial have released a schedule of events for the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11.
On the heels of the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the families of the Flight 93 victims will face another difficult day with another solemn ceremony set to take place.
Several distinguished dignitaries paid their respects at the Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pa. on Saturday.
A dedication ceremony will take place at the Flight 93 Memorial on Saturday.
KDKA remembers Sept. 11 by talking to Ret. Navy Officer Cindy Campbell, who was in the Pentagon at the time of the attacks
On Saturday, a dedication of the first phase of the Flight 93 Memorial will come following years of controversy about how to honor the heroic passengers.
On Sept.11, 2001, Lillie Leonardi, arriving in a mobile command truck, knew that the field near Shanskville, Somerset County was as bad as bad could be. She could see it reflected in the eyes of firefighters.