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Deal Lake rescue: Police, firefighters aid man ‘in distress’

DEAL - Deal police and local firefighters came to the aid of a man trapped hanging from the bulkhead in Deal Lake Friday afternoon.

Venice beachfront property destroyed in early-morning fire

A fire that broke out before dawn Wednesday in Venice destroyed a two-story building along the beachfront, authorities said.

Four-alarm fire roars in New Orleans East apartment complex

Jan. 14—A four-alarm fire broke out Wednesday night at a two-story apartment building in New Orleans East.

3 Rockland firefighters to be honored for saving woman from burning...

ROCKLAND — Three Rockland firefighters will be honored by the state for their role in saving a woman from a burning three-story housing complex last January.

Fire erupts at West Plains transportation company

Jan. 12—Dozens of firefighters from at least five different agencies converged Monday on a fire at a building containing petroleum products and commercial vehicles belonging to a Spokane transportation company.

One dead after Ruby Lane residential fire

One person is dead following a Monday morning residential structure fire at Ruby Lane, the Columbia Fire Department reported Monday.

Families displaced after fire rips through N.J. apartment building

Seven people from two families were displaced Sunday after a fire swept through a multi-family building in Bergen County, authorities said.

Northfield Center home destroyed by fire was once subject of ghostly...

The empty, two-story house off Stanford Road in Northfield Center had once been the destination for thrill seekers following the legend of haunted "Helltown," until the owner had it moved to avoid having it condemned by the county.

Sacramento firefighters find body in two-alarm apartment fire in South Natomas

Jan. 7—Sacramento fire officials are investigating after one person was found dead in a two-alarm fire that burned units Wednesday in an apartment complex in South Natomas.

Majority of Summit EMS workers opt out of COVID-19 vaccine

Public and private EMS workers were among the first Ohioans eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, but only about 40% locally opted to get the first dose, according to Summit County Public Health.