13th Anniversary of 9/11, New Information on Bay Village ALS Attack, Fall Like Weather

NEW YORK (WATE/WCBS/CNN/POOL) - In the 13 years since the 9/11 attacks, the World Trade Center site has undergone dramatic changes. Where the towers once stood, one World Trade Center stands as a beacon above the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum. It's the first time the memorial and museum will be open on an anniversary. The man in charge of the museum says the people of New York were forever changed by the attacks, and they are well-represented. "They truly are a part of this very special place," Joe Daniels, president and chief executive officer of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum said. "So when they come to this museum, they remember where they were on that day, who told them, everything they experienced." As they've done every year since the attacks, the names of every person who perished in 2001, and in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing will be read aloud, punctuated by four minutes of silence.


19 Action News Investigative Reporter Scott Taylor discovered the shocking new developments in the Ice Bucket Challenge attack on a 15-year-old Bay Village, Ohio boy.
 Multiple sources are telling 19 Action News that the five teenage boys police have identified as suspects had no idea their good friend was autistic when they dumped water mixed with bodily fluids on him. The mixture included urine and spit and nothing else. The incident took place over night on August 18 and was reported by the victims parents as an assault on September 8. Sources say the group of teens including the victim have a history of pulling physical pranks on each other including bleaching of hair and shaving off an eyebrow while a teen is sleeping.

Fall does not arrive for another 11 days but we will get a sneak preview today and through the weekend.
THURSDAY: Showers this morning clearing in the afternoon.  High: 66
THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Low: 56
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy  with scatter rain showers around..  HIGH: 65
SATURDAY: Cool and brisk!.  HIGH: 64
SUNDAY:  Sunshine and fall-like! Cool & Crisp!. HIGH: 70

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