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More than four years after Houston voters approved a measure that would grant firefighters equal pay with police officers, the legal battle to decide the referendum's fate is headed to the Texas Supreme Court.
A man bombed a home with seven Molotov cocktails after setting fires at multiple other properties, including a Ritz hotel, according to a Florida sheriff’s office.
A Staten Island firefighter who lost his job for refusing to get a COVID-19 vaccine can now return to work, according to a ruling this week in state Supreme Court, St. George.
Paul E. McInnis, 56, of 4 Pickering Court, Danvers, pleaded not guilty to two counts of assault and battery on a person 60 or older during his arraignment on Monday afternoon.
The man charged with stabbing a Queens EMS lieutenant to death in a “barbaric and completely unprovoked” attack has a history of schizophrenia, police sources said
East Haven's first-ever paid female firefighter, who went on to be longtime battalion chief, has filed a lawsuit accusing the town of sex discrimination after it allegedly passed her over for a promotion in favor of a less-qualified male colleague.
A Western North Carolina driver went off an overpass and landed on another car in a “1 in a million” crash, officials said.
The Miami Gardens man named by state troopers as the cause of Saturday’s Palmetto Expressway crash that killed five people hasn’t had a driver’s license since a 2014 ticket for driving 109 mph, online court records say.
The crash happened at about 4 a.m. near the intersection of West Sample Road and Lyons Road in Coconut Creek.
A small Cessna plane crash-landed Tuesday on the 91 Freeway in Corona, and the pilot and only passenger were unharmed, authorities said.