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With no decision date in sight, the council doesn't know how much money is needed to bridge the gap ...
Prosecutors allege the girl intentionally started the Cocos Fire, which destroyed 36 homes and one business ...
The trial board recommended an official reprimand of one firefighter, found another firefighter not guilty and suspended another firefighter ...
Staffing for fighting fires has more than doubled since 1998; the biggest hit has occurred with the maintenance of recreational sites ...
The train's engineer and two other railroad employees are set to go on trial next month ...
The program will allow for the transfer of excess military vehicles and equipment to local fire departments ...
The tax would pay for firefighters after the SAFER grant used to hire them expires. ...
Firefighter Chris Brown was killed when he was hit by a semi driver in March 2013 ...
Keith Emerald acknowledged setting a campfire that got out of control; he is also charged with lying to a federal agent ...
It increased the penalty if arson injures a first responder; stronger sentences occur if more than three people are inside a home in an arson ...
Joseph Fehl, 36, was arrested and charged with insurance fraud and making false reports ...
Union officials said the ambulance service is bargained-for union work and can't be unilaterally done away with by the city ...
Blake T. Walsh, 24, was arrested in connection with a series of arsons involving hay bales and grass fields ...
The pension fund's balancing act could deliver hammer blows to the city's tight budget and its residents' wallets ...
Beatrice Lozada, 35, said her lieutenant repeatedly said "badonkadonk" and slapped her rear end; other firefighters began to follow suit ...
Officials said the action would save the city nearly $100,000 in pay and benefits and free the city-owned vehicle for the health code officer ...
It is alleged that during the investigation of the accident both men lied about how the crash occurred ...
U.S. Court of Appeals: "Firefighters are public safety officers only if they are formally employed by a public agency" ...
Jeffrey Pace, who was training with the department in December 2012 when the incidents occurred, was ordered to pay $45,317 restitution ...
Seth Techel, 23, was found guilty of first-degree murder and nonconsensual termination of a human pregnancy; he faces life in prison ...