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When Edmondson Village was getting ready to open 72 years ago, an article in The Sun praised it as “a suburban shopping center of harmonious design, said to be unique in American city planning.”
More than 60 Broward firefighters spent about four hours early Saturday morning battling two luxury yacht fires that caused nearly $20 million in damage.
The Islamic State has urged militant followers to start fires in America and Europe, specifically forest fires, in the aftermath of massive blazes in California and Spain.
An Iowa fire chief is accused of going above and beyond the call of duty last Friday night when he drove an ambulance while drunk.
Hollywood icon and Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey decided to help out California firefighters battling multiple wildfires across the state by feeding them.
Richmond firefighters found a body inside a warehouse after an explosion started a two-alarm fire on Friday morning.
Nearly a million homes and businesses were thrown into darkness Saturday as fear that monster winds could down power lines and spark wildfires prompted Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to shut off power across large swaths of the state.
The president of the Kansas City firefighters union claims the city isn't doing enough to maintain its stations as he says 15 of the 18 don't meet code requirements.
Crews on the site of the partially collapsed Hard Rock Hotel New Orleans were preparing Thursday to use explosives to demolish the two heavily damaged cranes balanced perilously on the building, a process that could take 24 hours.
Former Orange County battalion chief Darien Butler had an affair with a 911 dispatcher last year, which cost him three ranks and $20,000 in salary, but now may be moved back to his old position after good work and behavior.