The Fort Hancock fire chief died Wednesday evening when the firetruck he was driving rolled over in a traffic accident.
No one was injured in a series of explosions Thursday morning at a pharmaceutical chemical company in the city's industrial park.
Noah Woods woke up to find his bedroom aflame, but the 5-year-old kept his cool.
Chicago firefighters early Wednesday rescued a man from the roof of a burning West Side home after he suffered smoke inhalation and burns trying to get out of the blaze.
By the time Atlanta Fire Capt. Danny Dwyer dragged the elderly lady from her burning home and onto her front porch, flames were roaring through the front windows.
A century ago, the Los Angeles Fire Department made a historic switch from horse-drawn fire engines to motorized vehicles.
An extra-alarm fire destroyed a building that housed Pronto Cleaners and Laundry and Lax Energy Worx in the South Loop, according to fire officials.
Retired firefighters Paul Deo, Jr. and Richard Jones both died Friday, joining hundreds of other first responders who succumbed to diseases contracted at Ground Zero in the days and weeks after the Twin Towers fell.
Firefighter Claudio Navas' protective suit is designed to withstand searing temperatures in life-threatening situations.
St. Cloud firefighters rescued six people with special needs, including some children, from a house fire early Saturday morning, according to police.