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  • FDNY Ordered to Review 9/11 Firefighter's Death

    An appeals court yesterday ordered the FDNY's medical board to reconsider whether heart and lung damage a firefighter suffered as a 9/11 responder contributed to his drowning death.

    News • March 2nd, 2011

  • More Than 10,000 9/11 Responders Settle Suits

    The settlement will resolve an overwhelming majority of the lawsuits and is worth at least $625 million.

    News • November 19th, 2010

  • Run To New York Raises $170,000

    TheIndyChannel.com INDIANAPOLIS-- A group of Indiana firefighters and police officers returned home Sunday after a cross-country run to New York to raise money for those affected by the Sept. 11 attacks.

    News • October 22nd, 2010

  • Rescue Effort Continues After Scare Of Another Building Collapse

      The death toll from the terror attack on the World Trade Center was rising, but late Thursday night there were still no clear numbers. Mayor Giuliani says thousands are still unaccounted for, as desperate families hold out hope for missing loved ones...

    News • September 17th, 2010

  • 9/11 Memorial Run Across U.S. Begins

    The "Tour of Duty Run" began at the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles on Aug. 12 aiming to arrive in New York City on Sept. 11.

    News • August 19th, 2010

  • New FDNY Fireboat Honoring 9/11 Fallen Commissioned

    The boat's name honors the 343 FDNY members killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks and includes steel on the bow and stern from the WTC.

    News • May 28th, 2010

  • Eighth Anniversary of 9/11 Observed at National Fire Academy

    Kirby Keefer, a member of the USFA staff, struggled to keep his emotions as he remembered those who died on Sept. 11, 2001.

    News • September 11th, 2009

  • FDNY's New Fire Boat to Honor 343 Bravest

    More than a thousand miles away from Ground Zero on Florida's Gulf Coast, FDNY officials will be honoring the fallen in a different way.

    News • September 10th, 2009

  • Woman Killed in 9/11 Memorial Ride Crash

    A female passenger was killed and two motorcyclists were seriously injured when their bikes collided.HOPKINTON, Mass. -- State police were investigating the death of a Hyannis woman, and serious injuries to two others, during a Sept. 11 memorial...

    News • September 8th, 2009

  • NYC Challenges 9/11 Workplace Injuries

    The legal maneuver has infuriated Ground Zero responders, who called the city's move "a slap in the face."The city has asked a judge to toss out 9/11 claims by 4,600 cops, firefighters, and paramedics, arguing the "uniformed" personnel are not entitled to...

    News • March 16th, 2009

  • 9/11 Still Producing FDNY Casualties

    Several scarred firefighters fighting to keep their pensions because of failed drug tests.John Schroeder lost everything on 9/11 - and now it's cost him his job as well.As a hose man for Engine Co. 10, Schroeder was one of the first firefighters to...

    News • January 5th, 2009

  • Pennsylvania Firefighter Honors Flight 93 Victims With Flag

    Gene Stilp still chokes up about what it must have been like during those final moments of Flight 93.SHANKSVILLE, Penn. -- On Sept. 11, passengers aboard Flight 93 joined to fight terrorists. They got onboard in Newark as strangers, but formed a team...

    News • September 12th, 2008

  • Pennsylvania Firefighters Share Bond With Flight 93 Families

    Firefighters and first responders from Somerset County share a bond with the families of the passengers and crew of Flight 93.SHANKSVILLE, Penn. -- Firefighters and first responders from Somerset County share a bond with the families of the passengers and...

    News • September 11th, 2008

  • Pennsylvania Firefighters Remember Flight 93

    Members of Stoystown Volunteer Fire Department presented the colors during the annual memorial service honoring the crew and passengers of Flight 93.SOMERSET, Penn. -- It was a proud moment for members of Stoystown Volunteer Fire Department on Wednesday...

    News • September 11th, 2008

  • Families of 9/11 Responders to Pray With Pope at Ground Zero

    Families of fallen responders will get to pray at Ground Zero with Pope Benedict XVI during a small ceremony on April 19.NEW YORK -- Seven years after helping his two brothers and their dad carry the body of a fourth brother, Jimmy, from the wreckage at...

    News • April 14th, 2008