Helping Chicago's Hungry For The 9/11 Day Of ServiceKnown as a national day of service, several thousand volunteers are making their way through Union Station, not to take a train, but to line up and put together bags of food for the hungry.
Chicago Area Remembers 9/11: Firefighters Honor Fallen Comrades, Cantigny Park Displays World Trade Center BeamsEighteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, two of the beams from the World Trade Center have found a permanent home in west suburban Wheaton.
Photo Tribute To 5,000 Fallen Service Members Visits ChicagoA photographic memorial honoring service members who have died since the 9/11 terrorist attacks will stop in Chicago.
At Least 15 Men Near Ground Zero After 9/11 Have Breast Cancer, Law Firm SaysA New York City law firm claims to have around 15 male clients who are suffering from breast cancer believed to be linked to toxins from Ground Zero.
9/11 Victim's Remains Identified 17 Years LaterThe New York City medical examiners' office on Wednesday identified the victim as Scott Michael Johnson, an employee at the investment banking company Keefe, Bruyette & Woods.
12th Anniversary Of 9/11 Highlights Legacy Of Search And Rescue DogsThe terrorist attacks that day took an enormous human toll and included a massive mobilization of rescue workers at Ground Zero along with nearly 300 search and rescue dogs from across America. The author of a new book says the legacy of the dogs includes some painful memories but valuable lessons too.
Aurora Pays Tribute To Those Killed On 9/11The City of Aurora paid tribute to those who died on 9/11 with a ceremony outside a fire station Friday.
Islamic Group Takes Offense At 9-11 Coloring BookA local American-Islamic group is criticizing the publication of a new children’s coloring book that depicts scenes from the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Hope For Chicago Firefighters In 9-11 RescueTwo Chicago firefighters who were denied compensation for health problems they believe were caused by their work at Ground Zero, are expected to benefit from a $4.2 billion package passed by congress.