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Updated all day and when news breaks September 11, 2001 Updated 2:15 pm PT
 
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Terrorists strike U.S. landmarks
Updated Hundreds were killed and thousands were injured today in a series of horrific attacks against the U.S. Terrorists hijacked two airliners and crashed them into the World Trade Center, which collapsed. A plane also slammed into the Pentagon and a fourth crashed in Pennsylvania.

Timeline | Local photos | National photos
Forum | KOMO 4 Live Video (Win Media)

Local Coverage:
>> State on alert after attacks
>> Seattle Space Needle evacuated
>> Air traffic halted after attack
>> Jamieson: A prayer for peace
>> Paynter: It IS personal ...
>> Local prayer vigils
>> Postponed and canceled shows

 

Washington State Precautions
>> State Capitol closed
>> Some Seattle highrises closed
>> Seattle Space Needle closed
>> Car ferry traffic restricted
>> Military bases on alert
>> Border crossings on alert
>> Power companies on alert

  Phyllis Prather
 
Phyllis Prather from Seattle was on her way to Los Angeles to visit a sick friend when she heard the news at Sea-Tac Airport. "This is just awful. It's like a dream. I don't feel it's over."
See more local photos

World Coverage:
>> Pentagon takes direct hit
>> Pentagon Web cam
>> Plane crashes south of Pittsburgh
>> Did terrorists use own pilots?
>> Bush: U.S. will find attackers
>> Taliban condemns attack
>> Clinton urges support for Bush
>> All U.S. air traffic halted
>> Attacks end Wall Street trading
>> World airlines divert, cancel flights
>> High alert, evacuations nationwide
>> Chaotic scene unfolds on television
>> World watches U.S. attacks
>> Arafat horrified by attacks
>> U.S. embassies authorized to Close
>> Reactions of states to attacks
>> NYC mayoral primary postponed
>> Mrs. Bush addresses Senate
>> Internet slow after terror attacks
>> Attacks rattle Oklahoma City
>> All Major League baseball games postponed
>> More headlines from The Associated Press

Official statements:
>> Text of President Bush's statement
>> Text of American Airlines statement

Other links and info:
>> Sea-Tac International Airport
>> Puget Sound Blood Centers: 1-800-398-7888
>> Seattle Red Cross (1-800-HELP-NOW)
>> St. Vincent Hospital in Manhatten: 202-604-7885
>> American Airlines: 1-800-245-0999
>> United Airlines: 1-800-932-8555
>> New York City government Web site for emergency info
>> Federal Emergency Management Agency
>> Emergency helpline for UK residents

Timeline | Photo Gallery | Live MSNBC Video | Forum


 
   TOP OF THE NEWS
>> A lover of books, retiring librarian Toni Myers instilled passion in others
>> Fishermen protest salmon glut
>> Boeing stock falls to 14-month low
>> A Microsoft settlement? Report fuels speculation
>> Seattle biotech to go public
>> FAA to order changes on 162 727s
>> Blockbuster says the big picture features DVDs
>> Teamster newspaper drivers accept contract with Seattle Times after months of negotiations
>> Personal Finance: Give your college freshman the Credit Card 101 course
>> Qwest to cut 4,000 jobs, lowers fiscal forecast
>> A year after Wen Ho Lee's plea bargain, the real battle may just be beginning
>> Honoring those who assist others
>> Is shark fishing cause or cure for those attacks?
>> Canadian faces life term in fisherman's slaying
>> Cable-TV merger could help AT&T
>> Oft-criticized Nike plans panel on labor policies
>> 2 former Wal-Mart employees file suit
>> '.coop,' '.aero' and '.museum' join Internet domains; '.pro' delayed
>> Mad cow case feared in Japan
>> 'Put on hell of a show,' he says in last video
>> Fight for the pill goes to Capitol Hill
>> County sets up food-safety Web site
>> WASL test results out today
>> State sets water-cleanup plans
 
   SPORTS
>> Hurricanes' Dorsey out for revenge
>> OneWorld Challenge team ready to test America's Cup waters
>> Huskies Notebook: Huskies put in odd position
>> Seahawks Notebook: Milestone once seemed out of reach to Holmgren
>> College Football Notebook: USC's Allmond awaits verdict
>> NFL Notebook: Replacement referees, take two
>> Replacement ref impressed by his surroundings
>> Reebok settles Kemp suit
>> You're Invited: Recreational Sports
 
   ART & LIFE
>> Prattle of sexes well-put in 'I Love You'
>> Ah, those welcome hints of autumn
>> 'Farce' assaults the senses
>> Gossard picks up the mike on solo album
>> Eastside arts, culture groups 'an economic engine'
>> 'The Muskateer' is all for one at the box office
>> Fashion: Looking to spring
>> People in the news: Sitcom strikes a chord with country star
 
   OPINION
>> Depriving elderly of information a big mistake
>> Past presidents, wasted talents
>> Good riddance to Phil Gramm
>> Letters to the Editor
>> Latest editorial cartoon from David Horsey
 
   IN CASE YOU MISSED IT...
>> Lottery not such a good bet, some states finding
>> New apartments are high-rise, high rent
>> Schell ad's tax claim disputed
>> Roberts family seeks access to any confidential files
>> Profile: Nickels: A passion for politics, a puzzle to voters
>> Profile: Sidran promises 'big-city leadership' for Seattle
>> Profile: Populist Chong taps anti-elitist sentiment
>> Cartoonist David Horsey tackles the 2001 Seattle mayor's race

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