There appears to be a connection between a shipwreck found at New York City’s Ground Zero and the City of Brotherly Love.
Chris shares his thoughts and recollections on 9/11 and talks to the first Secretary of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge, and Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Ed Turzanski, about state of the country 11 years later and to CBS News Reporter Heather Bosch live from Ground Zero. He also talks to Rich Zeoli about the FBI raid and arrest of Trenton Mayor Tony Mack.
Recently hired as the new women’s crew coach at his alma mater, Temple University, Jason Read’s incredible life résumé includes an Olympic gold medal and years spent helping others as an EMS/Rescue Chief of Operations in his home county of Hunterdon, in New Jersey.
Outside the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, people gathered around the county’s 9/11 memorial on Friday to mark the upcoming tenth anniversary of that terrible day.
Chris reviews President Obama’s jobs speech and analyzes it with Steve Cordasco and Rick Grimaldi. He also talks to CBS News Reporter Steve Knight and Filmmaker and ex-firefighter James Hanlon about their experiences on 9/11.
When the Twin Towers succumbed to their fatal wounds and fell ten years ago this week, it took years to clean up the debris, tag it, and hold it as evidence.
Chris May To Anchor Live From Ground Zero As CBS 3/CW Philly Bring ‘Star Spangled Summer’ To A Close With Expanded 9/11 Anniversary Coverage ‘Remembering 9/11’ Special To Air On Both Stations
Anchor Chris May will anchor live from Ground Zero in New York City on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 as CBS 3 and The CW Philly conclude their Star Spangled Summer campaign this week.
The University of Penn Museum is commemorating the upcoming 10th anniversary of September 11th with a unique exhibit – opening today – of artifacts from ground zero.
A new exhibit at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology shows ordinary objects from the site of the former World Trade Center in a moving display about September 11th.
Former President George W. Bush says Sept. 11 will be marked on calendars like Pearl Harbor Day — a day never forgotten by the people who lived through it.
Chris examines the President’s decisions not publish a death photo of Osama bin Laden, his speech later today at Ground Zero, a four day school week and Fire Commissioners Lloyd Ayers reading habits.
Chris continues to review media coverage of the Osama Bin Laden killing. He also talks to Phillies Play-by-Play Announcer, Tom McCarthy, about the return of Jayson Werth.
President Barack Obama confirmed the death of Osama bin Laden, the mastermind behind the September 11th attacks, in an address to the world late Sunday night.
Joseph Lozito waited to return a phone call from his Good Samaritan, because it was so emotional. He knew his voice immediately, but was now grateful to know his name. After hello, the first words Alfred Douglas heard were, “I owe you my life.”