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The FDNY has, for the first time, distributed an anti-nepotism policy to employees, according to the New York Daily News.
Columbia police considered criminal charges after city officials investigated an “over-sexed culture” at one fire station that included shower butt-slapping, wedgies, an “overwhelming infatuation” with comparing male genitalia and more sexual pranks.
Fearing it could cost some of them their jobs, Austin firefighters said Friday they will spend union money to fight a ballot proposition that, if voters approve, would require the city to spend millions of taxpayer dollars to hire more police officers.
Female firefighters are being hazed and retaliated against by male firefighters at the Los Angeles Fire Department, according to graphic testimony given to a city commission hearing this week.
A pickup truck driver ran into a firefighter while she was responding to a crash on U.S. 19, killing the driver and critically injuring the firefighter, Palm Harbor Fire Rescue said.
Passengers on the Amtrak train going between Chicago and Seattle were just over halfway to their destination when something happened and caused a deadly derailment in Montana.
The Anchorage Fire Department plans to reduce overtime costs by having fewer teams of first responders working during night shifts beginning next month to avoid exceeding the budget, city officials said Thursday.
Flames from the KNP Complex fires in Sequoia National Park entered the famed Giant Forest area, home to the General Sherman and other named and cherished towering sequoias Friday.
Two more California state worker unions have filed objections to Gov. Gavin Newsom's order requiring all employees to prove they're vaccinated or to wear a mask and submit to regular COVID-19 testing.
Lashed by strong winds, the Dixie Fire jumped to 434,813 acres in Plumas and Butte counties on Friday, making it the third largest wildfire in state history.