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Patrick Kneisley, 23, is being charged with arson, malicious burning and destruction of property ...
He was charged with unlawful discharge of a firearm and second-degree reckless endangerment after he accidentally shot a friend in the jaw ...
If convicted of deliberate homicide, Markus Kaarma, a 30-year-old firefighter, could face up to 10 years in prison ...
The lawsuit alleges a problematic work environment, one that not only put firefighters at risk but the people it serves as well ...
Former firefighter Todd Bruning claims he was fired after he complained about wasteful spending ...
Hiring eight full-time positions would mean better shift coverage and save money by cutting down on overtime ...
The new law would take away automatic indexation of their pensions ...
The 2008 crash was one of the deadliest helicopter crashes involving working firefighters in U.S. history ...
Fire officials are calling for better protective equipment to ward off firefighters' risks of developing cancer ...
The two firefighters and a woman have been charged with fourth-degree assault and malicious harassment ...
In his termination letter, fire officials said he was leaving the station without permission which violated city and departmental policy ...
Chief Rodney Paul Miller was knocked into a metal sign pole, which ripped off his coat when a motorist struck him on an interstate ...
News of new AFG rules are causing a great deal of undue fear in the fire service; here's what you need to know to not run afoul. ...
Opponents said the bill will take budgets out of the hands of municipal officials by forcing them to hire more firefighters than necessary ...
He told the city council that a proposal for the fire department to take on medical transports would most definitely hurt his private service ...
Lawrence Myers, 64, was found guilty of first-degree murder and aggravated arson for hiring his building manager to set the fire to collect insurance money ...
Gov. Chris Christie said the city would have to raise taxes by more than $4 billion over the next four years to cover ballooning pension payments ...
When firefighters tarnish their most-favored status with the public, it opens a chink in the armor that slash-happy politicians are waiting for. ...
The fire department would supplement transports handled by the ambulance service, and doesn't believe it would negatively impact their business ...
Report says firefighters not fully prepared, Congressional hearing may follow. ...