Dallas Fire Rescue
A two-year-old child is the latest victim of what could be described as an epidemic of child drownings in North Texas this season.
Authorities are trying to determine what started a Dallas house fire that left an elderly woman dead.
Emergency crews with Dallas Fire-Rescue responded to a two-alarm house fire in Dallas on Tuesday morning that was able to spread to another neighboring home.
They crawled onto the roof of the car and dialed 911. Firefighters had to use a boat to reach them.
Only a short time ago, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings called the widow of firefighter Stan Wilson to offer his condolences and promise change in the city’s Fire and Rescue Department.
After spending decades helping people, the roles are now reversed for a retired Dallas firefighter.
A woman was detained after a crash that shut down a part of Stemmons Freeway early Wednesday morning. It started with a car fire, but soon turned into much more.
A veteran firefighter’s widow has accused the City of Dallas and its fire department of a coverup in her husband’s death – an accusation Dallas fire officials deny.
Several patients at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas had to be moved Friday, after a small fire.
Officials with Dallas Fire-Rescue are investigating a case of a man who was burned just outside of his house.
A Dallas family made it safely out of a burning home Sunday morning.
Some type of explosion has destroyed a home in southeast Dallas. There is reportedly major structural damage at the house in the 9400 block of Eloise Street, near Memory Lane.