Every year when the names of the 9/11 victims are read, my breathe catches in my throat. I watched as the 2nd tower was hit. I rushed into work. My job was to watch the live feeds of bodies falling from the sky for usable video. A day that changed me as a journalist & an American
Tornado sirens just starting going off in downtown Cedar Rapids. Here's a look at the sky outside of our bureau office in the Alliant Tower. Check our interactive radars and alerts to see what conditions are like in your area.
New Zealand firefighters performed a haka, a type of ancient war dance, to pay tribute to the first responders who died in the line of duty on September 11. They then climbed the stairs of the Sky Tower in memory of their American counterparts.
In remembrance of 9/11 first responders as well as those who have died in the line of duty in New Zealand, firefighters performed a traditional haka dance under the Sky Tower in Auckland.
As smoke billowed from the tower and concrete debris rained from the sky, 1st responders AND journalists raced to the scene. Nearly everyone else fled in the opposite direction. As we remember #September11 heroes, we must include those who risked their lives to report the tragedy
Saudi Arabia will build the world's tallest tower, reaching 1 kilometer into the sky: