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Latest Fire Department Items
The medical examiner's office has not yet determined what caused the death of a man who appeared to be held in a chokehold as police attempted to arrest him last week.
Kansas City fire departments on both sides of the state line say they are working hard to improve diversity in their ranks, but for some reason women and minorities aren't lining up for career opportunities with better-than-average pay.
A fire in one unit of a southeastern Albuquerque apartment complex displaced numerous residents due to smoke damage and loss of gas and electric service.
A retired fire officer who helped rebuild the city's fire department after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will be named the its new commissioner, according to two officials briefed on Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision.
Nine people are displaced from five units in a Phoenix apartment complex after an early morning fire.
A fire has damaged an apartment complex in far north Phoenix.
Firefighters say a blaze in a Brooklyn apartment building has injured 13 people, including a man who apparently plunged to the ground from four stories up.
Mayor Eric Garcetti ordered a halt to the Fire Department's recruiting process Thursday, calling it "fatally flawed."
A fire at an Albuquerque school is being ruled accidental.