A look back at the immediate and lasting impact that the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, had on our state.
Rosemary Vassiliadis, then the deputy director of McCarran International, guided the speedy reopening of the airport after the 9/11 disaster grounded all flights.
When Jim Fassel, who died this year, talked about that horrifying day 20 years ago, a million eerie feelings rushing back, tears inevitably welled in his eyes.
The Las Vegas Fire Department will kick off 9/11 events on Saturday with its 20th remembrance ceremony to honor those killed in the terrorist attacks.
A memorial ceremony at Nellis Air Force Base on Friday morning marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Schoolteacher Barbara Edwards died 20 years ago on 9/11. She was the only full-time Las Vegas resident killed in the terrorist attacks.
The 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks is Saturday. Former UNLV running back Joe Haro said it feels like “yesterday.”
In the shadow of 9/11, some found a path into law enforcement. Others remained on course, but with a renewed sense of service for their country.
“As I ran across Pennsylvania Avenue with my notebook, I was stopped by the muzzle of a black semiautomatic rifle and a uniformed officer.”
Two decades after the 9/11 attacks, Nevadans who were in the nation’s capital that day reflect on their experiences.
Retired New York City firefighter Ed Bergen has lived in Summerlin since late 2001 and lost several friends in the 9/11 terror attacks.
If you remember 9/11, you probably remember that among the sentiments that followed the tragedy was a kind of enforced solemnity: Thou shalt not laugh.
Even after 20 years, 9/11 seems like yesterday to Frank Pizarro. Then a New York City firefighter, Pizarro was among the first responders who rushed to the World Trade Center as fire, smoke and ash filled the city streets and skies.
The Emmy-winning, Irish music duo are filming the pilot for “Through a Storm,” a 9/11 documentary series that will honor the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
“I knew at that moment, this was going to change my life forever. I’ll never forget how the country came together,” Nevada Army Guard 1st Sgt. Larry Harlan said.