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A Miami-Dade engine company used its aerial truck to send a positive message to one of their fellow firefighters stricken with the coronavirus.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A member of the FDNY has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Mayor Bill de Blasio announced at a press conference Saturday afternoon.
The FDNY has taken a precautionary step by quarantining 38 of its firefighters over concern that they may be infected with the COVID-19 virus.
The St. Louis Fire Department’s participation in the cable TV show “Live Rescue” was suspended this week after federal officials launched a review of patient privacy on the program.
An ex-Matton firefighter and a friend have been arrested and face multiple charges after starting a house fire while searching for buried gold.
The mass resignation came Wednesday afternoon after Noyes, along with Human Resources Manager Paula Andrews, apparently reversed a decision on a personnel matter made by fire Chief Mark Blaquiere. The chief had reduced the rank of an individual in the department, but Noyes reinstated the person’s rank. The name of the captain whose rank was restored has not been made public.