17 Years Later, Sacramento Firefighter Reflects On Searching World Trade Center RubbleSacramento Deputy Fire Chief Chris Costamagna was part of an urban search and rescue team sent to New York City after the attack.
See Cal Expo's 9/11 Memorial Today For FreeIn remembrance of those we lost on September 11, 2001, Cal Expo has opened up their memorial to the public today for free.
Commemorative Sept. 11 License Plates Could Be Back In California After MismanagementThe scholarship for victims of the attacks was put in place shortly after Sept. 11, but the funds were raided by both Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gov. Jerry Brown.
Runners Remember 9-11 Victims At Annual Downtown EventMore than a thousand runners remembered the victims of 9-11 Sunday morning in downtown Sacramento.
Bills Seek To Reopen Calif. 9-11 Scholarship FundThree California lawmakers are proposing legislation to reopen a memorial scholarship program for the relatives of Californians who were killed in the terrorist attacks but did not know they were eligible for the scholarships.
Many Voices Share Reflections On Hope Since 9/11Nine spiritual leaders from many walks of life and faith in New York share stories of hope about 9/11.