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San Leandro Hit & Run Suspect Calls 911 On Arresting Officers

A woman suspected in a hit-and-run collision outside a San Leandro Walmart store last week was arrested after she tried to lock herself in her car and called 911 on officers, police said.


Bennett Apologizes For 9/11 Remark

Bennett Apologizes For 9/11 Remark

Tony Bennett apologized Wednesday for suggesting the United States provoked the 9/11 attacks, saying he was only expressing his feelings…


Osama bin Laden Tape Released

KCBS In Depth: Intelligence In America

An interview with Washington Post reporter Dana Priest on her report on national security and intelligence agencies in the U.S. after 9/11.


A woman holds an umbrella as she crosses the street near the Transamerica Pyramid Building in San Francisco. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

SF Transamerica Pyramid Hosts 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb

The event is meant to honor the 343 firefighters that lost their lives on 9/11.


A memorial wall near Ground Zero is filled with written homages to those that died in the attack of Sept. 11, 2001. (credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

KCBS In Depth: Memories From Ground Zero

Menlo Park Fire Protection District Chief Harold Schapelhouman recounts his time at Ground Zero as part of a local search and rescue team following the events of 9/11.


Aerial view of The Presidio and the San Francisco Bay (Presidio Trust)

San Francisco Presidio Gets Boost From 9/11 Inspired Volunteers

More than 40 people came out to volunteer in the Presidio Sunday morning as part of a nationwide effort to inspire volunteer service in observance of the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, park officials said.


Surgeons working at operating table (AP)

Vacaville Woman Looks Back On 9/11 Heart Transplant

Amid all the tragedy on September 11th, 2001, one 13-year-old Vacaville girl got a life saving heart transplant at Packard Children’s Hospital.


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Many Post 9/11 Security Measures Still Intact On Golden Gate

Security at the Golden Gate Bridge has undergone many changes since the September 11th terrorist attacks ten years ago. Since 2001, $15 million worth of security enhancements have been implemented at the Golden Gate Bridge, but spokeswoman Mary Currie says the Bridge District depends on more than just police agencies to keep the iconic span safe.


Michael Hingson and his guide dog Roselle

Bay Area 9/11 Survivor Fondly Remembers His Special Hero

In this KCBS Cover Story, reporter Doug Sovern tells the story of Michael Hingson and his former guide dog Roselle, who saved him from the World Trade Center on 9/11.


A photo of the program used during the memorial service for Captain Jason Dahl. (CBS)

San Jose School Renamed To Honor Flight 93 Captain

Students who were not even born when United Flight 93 went down on September 11th, 2001, honored the San Jose man who piloted the plane at a ceremony Tuesday to rename their campus.