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UFC Heavyweight Champion fighting coronavirus outbreak as Ohio firefighter

Since the start of the year, there’s been a lot of talk about when Stipe Miocic might step back in The Octagon. But the UFC Heavyweight Champion isn’t worried about fighting right now.

2 Rhode Island firefighters quarantined after responding to crash involving driver...

Two members of the East Greenwich Fire Department are in self-quarantine because of possible exposure to the coronavirus.

Kentucky firefighter fired, charged with 1st degree sexual abuse in fire...

A Kentucky firefighter was arrested and charged with sexually abusing a co-worker at the Ludlow fire station, according to arrest reports.

Kentucky firefighters denied workers’ comp during COVID-19 pandemic

Kentucky firefighters say they struggle still to get COVID-19 tests and don't get workers' compensation for missed days while self-quarantining or waiting for test results.

Emergency workers wear state-of-the-art rings to help identify COVID-19

At least 2,000 San Francisco emergency medical workers will begin wearing rings this week that track their body temperature and other vital signs in a first-of-its-kind study to try to identify the early onset of COVID-19 and help curb its spread.

PG&E corp. to plead guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter,...

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. will plead guilty to 85 felony counts because of its responsibility for the deadly 2018 Camp Fire, a monumental step that will mark one of the greatest corporate admissions of criminal liability in United States history.

Take one for the team: Florida commissioner says he wants all...

A Miami Beach city commissioner asked first responders to "take one for the team" and volunteer to be infected with the coronavirus in order to curb its spread during an emergency city meeting this week.

Former firefighter and Navy veteran is Milwaukee’s first coronavirus related death

The city of Milwaukee reported it's first death related to the coronavirus pandemic earlier this week, and the victim happened to be a former first responder and Navy veteran.

Third-generation firefighter killed in duplex incident identified

A third-generation firefighter who served alongside his sister and father has been identified as the man who died while battling a duplex blaze on a former U.P. Air Force base Friday night.

Firefighters injured in blaze that left 20 residents displaced

Baltimore County Fire Department crews worked to extinguish a fire Wednesday afternoon on Bitternut Court in Catonsville's Patapsco Woods development that fire officials say engulfed a single-family home.