City Auditor Tells Dallas Fire-Rescue 'Significant' Improvement NeededThe city and state made 19-safety recommendations following the death of veteran firefighter Stan Wilson in 2013.
Council Hears City's Plan To Save Dallas Police And Fire PensionThe city council heard the city of Dallas' plan to save the police and firefighter pension fund on Wednesday.
1 Dead After 2 Vehicles Fall Into Water-Filled Texas SinkholeOfficials say one person has been killed and two others hurt after two vehicles fell into a water-filled sinkhole caused when a sewer line ruptured during a rainstorm.
Fire Officials: Cow Rescued After Falling Into Swimming PoolA cow that fell through the cover of a swimming pool had to be pulled to safety by about a dozen people using heavy ropes.
Plano Firefighters Fight 3 Blazes During First Weekend Of 2016It was a very busy New Year start for firefighters in Plano. Fire-rescue crews in the city fought three separate blazes during the first weekend of 2016.
Fire Station 27 To Open In Dallas Next WeekWhen a fire engine answers a call from Station 27 starting next week, it will be the first time in more than 3 years. The Preston Center station was rebuilt, thanks to a 2006 bond package.
Neighbor Helps Two Escape Burning Mobile HomeThe Fort Worth Fire Department Arson Investigations Unit determined "smoking" caused the fire.
Mom Leaves 2-Month-Old Child At Rockwall Fire StationPolice in Rockwall have confirmed a mother left her infant child at a local fire station over the weekend.
78-Year-Old "Scared To Death" After Alleged Beating By FirefighterAn elderly man says he’s now “scared to death” of a Fort Worth firefighter. Why? Because he was allegedly beaten by the civil servant who he now calls a “coward.”
Decisions About Volunteer Fire Station Wracked By Sex Assault ScandalA controversial decision was made Monday night about the future of a volunteer fire department wracked by a sex assault scandal.
Police Now Involved In Battle Over Locked Fire HydrantsThere are new developments in the fight over locked fire hydrants in Lavon. The Lavon Special Utility District is now getting police involved in its battle with the fire department. This latest conflict comes after a firefighter accidentally cut a padlock.
City Leaders: Fire Hydrant Locks Are Putting Residents In DangerAn effort to protect a town's water has gone way too far, that according to both an area fire and police chief. The leaders fear people in the city of Lavon may not be safe, after the water company locked nearly every fire hydrant in town.