Many of us have kids who weren't around in 2001 when 9/11 happened, so their experience of it has come through limited teachings at school and Youtube videos. Here are some tips to open up in-person conversations this weekend.
Every time 9/11 rolls around, I think about the first responders who rushed into the Trade Towers that day in 2001 to save lives, thinking very little about their own. Would any of us have had the guts? It makes today the perfect day to thank a first responder in East Texas for what they do on a daily basis And there's one simple way to do it.
A Texas mattress store has drawn the ire of the internet following their airing of a "9/11 Sale" ad which many viewers have found distasteful.
Miracle Mattress in San Antonio has posted an apology to their Facebook page for their video advertising a "twin tower" sale scheduled for this weekend...
Sometimes you can commemorate an anniversary with a special sale, but when it comes to the anniversary of an attack on our country where thousands of people lost their lives it's best to proceed with caution.
KFOX 14 in El Paso reports on some upset parents of fourth grade students at Hughey Elementary in El Paso. The parents are upset over a class assignment where students were asked to draw images depicting the 9/11 attacks.
September 11, 2001 is one day that no American will ever, ever forget. Whether you were in New York City, at work, at home, at school - you will always remember where you were the moment that you heard about the Twin Towers being hit. Something as traumatic as that is not something that you forget. We asked around at the station to see where people were and how they felt on that day.