Terrorist Taken Down By 3 Americans Is Clint Eastwood's Next MovieThe filmmaker plans to make a movie about the story of the three Americans who took down a terrorist on a Paris bound train...
Heroes In French Train Attack Honored With Parade In SacramentoThe streets of California's capital city were awash with American flags and signs reading "Sacramento proud" on Friday as hundreds celebrated three hometown heroes who foiled a gunman's attack on a European passenger train.
Sacramento Airman Who Helped Stop France Train Attack Returns To USThe U.S. Air Force airman who was injured when he and two childhood friends tackled a heavily armed gunman on a Paris-bound train returned to his native California Thursday night.
Sacramento State Creates Scholarship Fund For Student Who Thwarted France Train AttackThe fund will benefit 23-year-old Anthony Sadler, a senior who is studying kinesiology. Sacramento State President Robert S. Nelsen said it is in response to numerous requests from people who want to recognize Sadler's courage.
Sacramento Man Who Helped Stop France Terror Attack Returns To USA relaxed Anthony Sadler, 23, walked off a commercial plane at Sacramento International Airport accompanied by his parents.
Heroes Who Foiled France Terror Attack Ponder Life After Instant FameSo what do you do when a trip on a high-speed train in Europe suddenly turns you and your buddies into international heroes?
American Heroes Who Took Down Gunman On Paris-Bound Train Receive France's Highest HonorThree Americans and a Briton who thwarted a terrorist attack aboard a Paris-bound train received France's highest honor Monday. Two of the heroes hail from Sacramento.
3 Americans Hailed As Heroes For Tackling, Subduing Heavily Armed Terrorist Gunman Aboard Paris-Bound TrainTwo Sacramento-area friends along with a friend from Oregon helped subdue a suspected terrorist carrying a handgun and an assault rifle, aboard a train from Amsterdam to Paris.
2 Sacramento Men Among 3 Americans Who Took Down Gunman On Paris-Bound TrainOne serves in the Air Force, another recently served in Afghanistan in the National Guard, another is studying physical therapy in Sacramento -- and all three Americans are being hailed as heroes for tackling and disarming a gunman they happened to encounter on a high-speed Amsterdam-Paris train.