Life Saver Has His Own Life SavedJohn Copeland has seen plenty of heart attacks in his 25 years as a Lewisville firefighter and paramedic.
Wounded Dallas Firefighter/Paramedic Shares Message Of Thanks Dallas Firefighter/Paramedic William An, who was shot with an assault rifle while responding to a shooting call on May 1, has a message of thanks to the community.
Texas First Responders Could Soon Carry GunsProponents say the legislation protects first responders arriving to potentially dangerous scenes, and lets them get there faster since they won't have to worry about stashing their guns beforehand.
Dallas Firefighter Shot In Line Of Duty Improving, Faces Long RecoveryDallas firefighters are relieved to hear firefighter-paramedic William An is improving after being shot once in the leg and once in the arm.
Critically Wounded Dallas Paramedic & 2nd Victim IdentifiedToday Dallas Fire Rescue paramedic William An is recovering after being shot while responding to a shooting call late Monday morning.
Shooter Of Paramedic Found Dead Along With One Other PersonThe man believed to be the shooter was found dead by a police robot. Another body was found as well.
North Texas Family Targeted In 'Virtual Kidnapping' ScamDon Ferguson of Sachse, got the call every parent dreads, telling him his son was hurt and in danger. It was all a scam, but a convincing one.
Paramedics Describe Responding To Suicide Call Under FireMedStar crews begin each shift checking their medical apparatus and supplies, preparing for every possible medical situation.
Good Samaritans Save Baby From Hot Car Outside TargetA baby left in a hot car for half an hour is out of the hospital and expected to recover. He likely owes his life to a couple of good Samaritans who smashed through a car window to save him.
Former West Paramedic Sentenced In Pipe Bomb Case A former paramedic in the Texas town of West, where a fertilizer plant explosion killed 15 people earlier this year, was sentenced Wednesday to 21 months in prison after pleading guilty in a pipe bomb case that isn't linked to the blast.
Former West Paramedic Remains In Custody After Hearing DelayedThrough his attorney, Jonathan Sibley, the 31 year old pleaded not guilty to possessing a destructive device. Sibley disputes federal prosecutors' accusations Reed had chemicals, metals, and other equipment to make a pipe-bomb.
Federal Grand Jury Indicts Former West ParamedicA federal grand jury has indicted Bryce Reed, a former West paramedic, for possessing an unregistered firearm including components to make a pipe bomb.