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Firefighters use drone to direct guns, multiple injuries as eight-alarm fire...

An eight-alarm blaze broke out in the early morning hours Friday, drawing over 150 firefighters to tame the flames and canceling school for some Brookline students.

Mandate Upheld: Chicago firefighters, other city workers must get COVID vaccine

An arbitrator has ruled that several unions, including one representing firefighters, must follow Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s COVID-19 vaccination policy. The mayor announced her controversial mandate in August, requiring that all city employees have until Dec. 31 to get fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. But the unions successfully argued that their collective bargaining agreements gave them the right for arbitration over the matter.

Injured hiker gets $450,000 for spinning helicopter rescue

An injured hiker spun out of control while she was airlifted off of an Arizona mountain. Now she gets $450,000, officials told multiple media outlets.

North Carolina firefighter injured after engine “explodes”

A firefighter was hospitalized after a fire engine tire "exploded," leading to a crash in Eastern North Carolina, officials said.

Tornadoes rip through Kentucky: 50 lives, a factory, and homes gone

A powerful storm has moved across the United States, affecting several states and resulting in deaths and damage from multiple tornadoes.

Homeowner tries to smoke out snakes, instead burns his house down

If you find your home infested with snakes, you might need some assistance instead of trying to tackle the reptile problem yourself.

Man attacks firefighters with a car, bites deputy while being arrested

A 50-year-old man faces two counts of aggravated assault after running down a firefighter Thursday afternoon at a Williams Township crash scene and then biting the Pennsylvania State trooper who tried to arrest him after he fled, authorities said.

Four firefighters injured in “all-hands” fire at a seven-story building

The FDNY responded to a fire in the Mariners Harbor Houses on Thursday morning.

Two weeks in: Search for missing Washington Deputy Chief continues

Search-and-rescue teams, including volunteers from Seattle, continue to look for a Seattle Fire Department deputy chief who vanished more than a week ago while hunting in Kittitas County.

Henry Ruggs blames slow response time from firefighters for victim’s death,...

Lawyers for Henry Ruggs III, the former Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver accused of driving drunk at speeds up to 156 mph before a fiery predawn crash on Nov. 2. that resulted in the death of the other vehicle’s passenger, wrote in a court filing that a witness said firefighters were slow to extinguish a vehicle fire sparked by the crash, according to ESPN.