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The fire department aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., has been officially recognized as the best medium-sized fire department in the USMC and is also the first Marine Corps fire department to be reaccredited by an international agency.
Two days after a fire destroyed a vacant mill building on Stevens Street, firefighters continued pouring water onto smoldering piles of debris that threatened to reignite falling timbers.
Two people were killed and nine critically injured Thursday in a crash between a charter bus and an amphibious tour vehicle in Seattle, fire officials said.
The name of a Youngwood fireman killed last year while searching for a missing woman will be added to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation monument next month.
At the Rock Creek Fire District on Saturday, firefighters from Idaho and other states learned techniques to keep each other safe through simulated scenarios.
Irmo firefighter proposes to girlfriend after Tunnel to Towers 5K surrounded by loved ones.
The Valley fire in California killed one person on Sunday as it grew to 50,000 acres, prompting Gov. Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency in two more counties.
It was time for Fresno Fire Capt. Pete Dern to go home. After 164 days recovering from burn injuries at Community Regional Medical Center's Leon S. Peters Burn Center, the day had come for Dern to leave the downtown Fresno hospital
A student at Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania was forced to take his flag down when he and his roommates hung it from the window of their on-campus townhouse to honor the victims of 9/11.
Officials at Gulfport's Institute for Marine Mammal Studies needed some extra hands Wednesday to provide medical treatment to the two pygmy killer whales being nursed back to health.