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Latest 9/11: Michigan Remembers News
Memorials and community service events are planned across Michigan on the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
As we observe the anniversary of September 11, 2001 remember the events of that day in photos as collected by WYCD Detroit.
A 9/11 memorial event held Sunday at Pease Park features a 14-foot, 6,800-pound steel beam from the World Trade Center.
The White Chapel Memorial Park Cemetery in Troy – along with Military Moms United – is holding its fourth annual Care Package Drive.
A piece of steel from the World Trade Center now sits inside the Adams Fire Station in Birmingham as a memorial to the attacks on September 11th.
Since 9/11, there’s not only concern over a physical attack on the country, but worry about something called “Cyber Terrorism” – where terrorists work to take down the Web.
Stephen Singleton packed up and headed to Ground Zero to help search for victims of the terrorist attacks.
A man from Taylor with ties to September 11th has a new “leash on life” thanks to a new best friend.
Many Detroit area travelers say they’ve heard about the terror threats but it’s not going to stop their plans.