Dallas Fire Department
A former Dallas firefighter was sentenced to 46 months in federal prison on Wednesday for robbing a Dallas Bank last April.
Investigators are attributing an unspecified electrical short for the three-alarm fire that occurred at a hotel in downtown Dallas on Saturday.
Updated at 5:19 p.m: The Dallas Fire Department has confirmed that the fire is out and that one person has been taken to the hospital for a burn injury. According to hotel management the hotel […]
Former Dallas firefighter Jesus Ventura, 37, faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to a federal bank robbery charge.
Every year since 2005, Honor Flight has been flying WWII veterans to Washington D.C.
A familiar face in firehouses across the city of Dallas will now be a mainstay. The Dallas City Manager has officially named Louis Bright III as Chief of Dallas Fire Rescue.
Dallas fire stations are accpeting donations for victims of the recent tornados in North Texas.
The school day was disrupted for students and staff at Rangel Women’s Leadership High School near Fair Park in Dallas after complaints headaches and nausea — possibly from a carbon monoxide leak.
Dallas Fire Fighters quickly knocked down a fire in the heart of downtown Dallas. There were concerns that the restaurant fire near Main and Akard would spread to a high rise next door.
On Friday, final respects were paid to fallen Dallas Firefighter Todd Krodle. The nearly 18-year department veteran died over the weekend, after falling through the roof of an apartment, while fighting a three-alarm blaze.
Four Dallas firefighters were injured Wednesday morning, after a roof collapsed at a burning home. The rescuers were taken to Parkland Hospital for treatment and are expected to be okay.