- CBS This Morning co-anchors Gayle King and John Dickerson visited with 13 NEWS about how they hit the ground running while most people are asleep in order to lead a show that chooses focus over fluff.
- As Congress observed a moment of silence Friday morning, many reflected not only on the victims of September 11, 2001, but on how the United States has changed over the last 15 years.
- With the 15th anniversary of September 11 this weekend, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and Sen. Jerry Moran release statements honoring those who fell that day and calling for peace and reconciliation.
- Roughly 3,000 children lost their parents on Sept. 11 and for many the trauma of that day has followed them into adulthood. Fifteen years later, Brook Silva-Braga caught up with one of the children of 9/11.
- Remembering the 343 firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11/01 when the World Trade Center collapsed in an act of terrorism, people are showing support for public servants.
Your letters: The blackest of Wednesdays!, by Loretta Pate Harder
Upon opening the door to leave, we automatically looked to the west - in time to see the windows explode out of the tall 10 story building at 10th & Kansas, then before we could turn around, the box cars on the railroad track began to lift.
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