Multifaith 9/11 Remembrance in Palo Alto Highlights Muslim CommunityThrough song, prayer, and a moment of silence, dozens of people from different faiths, and backgrounds came together to honor the 3000 Americans who died on September 11th and reflect on the progress that's been made since.
Solemn Gathering Marks Sept 11 Anniversary at Union City Memorial to Flight 93Union City is home to the first permanent memorial to Flight 93 in the country but, on Saturday, among calls for remembrance there were concerns that the most important lesson of 9/11 is already being forgotten.
Jetliner Bound for SFO Nearly Shot Down on Sept. 11, California Fighter Pilot RecallsHours after the initial attacks of 9/11, two fighter pilots from the California Air National Guard intercepted a Bay Area-bound jetliner. They had orders from NORAD to bring the plane down if they needed to.
Family Mourns Death of SF-Born Flight Attendant Who First Reported 9/11 HijackingBetty Ann Ong, an American Airlines flight attendant born in San Francisco, was the first person to alert authorities that a tragedy was unfolding Sept. 11, 2001.
Rugby Star, 9/11 Hero Mark Bingham Leaves Lasting Legacy 20 Years After United Flight 93 CrashAmong those on the doomed United Flight 93 on September 11, 2001 was a Bay Area executive and a star rugby athlete named Mark Bingham who left a legacy both on and off the field.
Oakland Officials, First Responders Gather for 9/11 MemorialOakland firefighters, police and city officials gathered Friday morning under the gaze of a large American flag to remember those killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks that occurred 20 years ago Saturday.
20th Anniversary of 9/11 Reveals Questions About Younger Generation's Perception of Terror AttacksSaturday marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the worst terrorist attack in US history. But for young people who didn’t experience that fearful morning, the narrative of the tragedy may be changing.