Attacks On 9/11 Have Dramatically Changed How We Fly, But Has Enough Been Done To Keep You Safe?Security at the airports increased over the last two decades, with passengers now required to do things like go through X-ray machines before they get to the gate.
Remembering 9/11: CBS4 Journalists Recall That Fateful Day And The AftermathThe events of September 11th, 2001, are like a timestamp for those tasked with covering its aftermath.
Story Of Heroism: Remembering The Firefighters Who Saved Woman’s Life After Being Trapped Inside World Trade CenterIt was one of the most powerful stories of heroism from September 11th, 2001.
911 Monument Dedicated On Fort Lauderdale's RiverwalkNineteen years after the September 11th attacks, on Friday, Fort Lauderdale officials dedicated a new monument at the Riverwalk to honor those who lost their lives.
Women Find Messages In A Bottle From Day Before 9/11A mother and daughter were walking along Lake Michigan a few weeks ago when they stumbled across an artifact from just one day before the world changed forever.
South Florida Airports Step Up Security Ahead Of September 11th AnniversaryExtra security is already in place at both Miami International Airport and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airports ahead of the 17th anniversary of the September 11th attacks.
Supreme Court Rules 9/11 Detainees Can't Sue Top U.S. Officials The Supreme Court ruled Monday that people detained after the September 11th attacks can't sue top U.S. law enforcement officials. 
Prisoner Tells Of 'Mental Torture' In Secret Guantanamo Camp A prisoner held at Guantanamo Bay prison told a judge he and others were subjected to “mental torture.”
Former Sen. Graham Wants Sept. 11th "28 Pages" DeclassifiedFormer U.S. Senator Bob Graham and others are urging the Obama administration to declassify the most sensitive documents having to do with the investigation into the September 11th attacks.
Federal Hearing For Florida Man Accused In Terror PlotA north Florida man accused of helping to plan a domestic terror attack is due in federal court on Tuesday.
South Florida First Responders Mark 9/11 AnniversaryWith a march and a moment of silence, South Florida first responders marked the 14th Anniversary of the September 11th attacks.