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Kristine Bunch spent 17 years in prison; she said fire marshal investigators suppressed evidence that showed the fire was accidental ...
The town said they fired him for being verbally abusive and disrespectful during a meeting ...
Lynn Tilton purchased American LaFrance in 2005; ALF filed for bankruptcy in 2008 citing $100 million in debt ...
Officials said the chemicals have been linked to cancer; they’re hoping to find another non-toxic solution ...
The 50-year-old fire department had been operating on a $1 lease from the bank; they have until April 13 to vacate. ...
The state lawmaker said he would entertain exemptions for smaller, volunteer departments. ...
Prosecutors alleged that the 24-year-old German national was "motivated by his rage against Americans" ...
The bill would allow cities and towns to give volunteer firefighters a $750 property tax credit for their service ...
A judge ruled that police lacked the legal justification to arrest him; he walked out of court cleared of all charges ...
He took more than $1,000 from the fire department for his own personal enrichment over a two-year period ...
The mangled cars and homes have been cleaned up, but reminders of loss are everywhere ...
He was ordered to resign from the department and will also have to register as a sex offender ...
A program increases awareness about the value of what you’re asking for, and can positively impact agency morale. ...
Firefighters gave Gov. Martin O'Malley a standing ovation after he said he'll make it a priority to increase funding for public safety ...
The mayor will have to get the firefighters on board, as they are still reeling from the recession-era elimination of several crews ...
The engine was at a complete stop at the time the 60-year-old civilian lost control of his sports car and crashed into it ...
Widow Juliann Ashcraft said she was "grateful to the council for voting with their conscience as opposed to whatever bureaucracy that was happening behind the scenes" ...
The driver of the rig struck and killed a man riding a scooter last July; there wasn't enough evidence to prove any crime ...
If he fails to meet the deferred disposition agreement, he could face 364 days in jail and up to a $2,000 fine ...
The federal indictment characterized the couple as greedy, cash-strapped schemers; she could get up to 10 years in prison ...