Trending Topics


Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell and other leaders will travel to Detroit, Chicago and Columbus, Ohio, to draw public attention to winter fire safety measures
National fire service leaders and research experts will discuss critical issues facing the fire service
The test will run Oct. 4 at 2:20 p.m. ET to TVs, radios and cell phones
President Joe Biden met with officials and first responders in the aftermath of a wildfire that killed at least 115 people
The U.S. fire administrator touted the work of the Fire and Life Safety Communicator’s Initiative and the collaborative effort to focus on the fire service’s messaging challenges through #FireServiceOneVoice
Simple steps can help you show FEMA that you are in compliance with grant requirements
McAlester’s new fire trucks will carry 1,000 gallons of water as well as rescue, extrication tools
An AFG grant will help Troy firefighters keep their PPE clean and reduce their exposure to cancer-causing carcinogens
7 FDs will use the FEMA grant to recruit and equip as many as 80 firefighters over the next 4 years
The new National Emergency Response Information System (NERIS) will replace the legacy National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS)
“Fire is everyone’s fight,” said U.S. Fire Administrator Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell
The House will next consider the legislation that also would allot $95M a year to the U.S. Fire Administration
A message from the IAFC president, calling for a renewed commitment to these principles in our efforts to prevent and respond to fires
The agency is looking for feedback about, NFIRS, FEMA GO and other Assistance to Firefighters Grants program application issues
The bill would renew the Assistance to Firefighters and SAFER grant programs and reauthorize and increase funding for the U.S. Fire Administration
Some departments have not received a denial letter, nor have they received an award. How should they proceed for their 2022 AFG application?
Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell and fire service leaders will make appearances in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., to address the country’s fire problem and honor those lost to fires
They see shortfalls in the proposed rules for processing damage claims stemming from a fire sparked by forest managers
Limited staffing calls for being efficient in planning, training and member skills
A spokesperson said CAL FIRE gave Samuel Thomas Lanier a conditional job offer but he had not started; Lanier said he needs income to repay the government
Samuel Thomas Lanier’s companies submitted multiple fraudulent requests, including one for firefighter and EMT training; he faces sentencing Monday
In Fort Myers Beach, Task Force 2 members search for survivors street by street
A Naples fire station has flooded, and some cities have suspended emergency services
A list of relevant and authoritative situational awareness resources for use by fire and EMS leaders
A SAFER grant will cover the new crewmembers’ salaries for three years
USAR teams have been deployed to a staging area, and local fire departments have been issuing safety reminders to their communities
More than 270,000 acres continue to burn across the state