A new multi-million dollar expansion at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport means better training for airport firefighters around the world.
From his hospital bed at UT Southwestern’s St. Paul University Hospital in Dallas, Randy Potter looks over at his helmet. It’s got the number 479 on it and it’s the one he uses when he’s fighting fires.
Balch Springs Police have arrested a 69-year-old woman for allegedly ramming a firefighter with her car while he attempted to direct traffic in January.
Balch Springs Police are searching for a female driver who rammed a firefighter with her car, carrying the man for over 100 feet, before fleeing the scene.
Citizens of Mansfield stood along the road leading to Walnut Ridge Baptist Church holding flags. Some placed their hands over their hearts or bowed their heads. They all stood in silence as the white hearse passed, led by two rows of motorcycle police and followed by a long line of firetrucks and ambulances.
14-year-old Zulia Catalan sobs into her father’s chest. “I miss my house,” she says. It was just over a week ago that a fire broke out at the Stratford Hill apartments in Dallas, destroying the Catalan’s home and two others.
A little more than two years after a freak accident led to the discovery and diagnosis of Lou Gehrig’s disease, a North Texas firefighter and paramedic has died. On January 16, 2013, Mansfield first responder Jarrod Brodnax lost his battle with ALS.
His whole life, Devon Colbert, dreamed of being a firefighter. For seven years, he tried to get hired. Finally, last year, his dream came true.
Neighbors and friends are doing everything they can to help a Plano family recover from a deadly Christmas Eve fire. Jeff Neary and his family lost everything when their Christmas tree caught on fire on Christmas Eve.
Mike Bell, a 19-year veteran of the Denton Fire Department, died Sunday evening after battling a rare form of brain cancer.
A heart-breaking scene in Plano Monday night. Firefighters say an 87-year-old man died in a Christmas Eve house fire.
It started with a fire at one Arlington home, but lead to another house going up in flames and an evacuation. Though firefighters weren’t called until just before 10 a.m., investigators now believe a fire in a homeowner’s fireplace last night may have sparked the initial blaze.