Dallas Firefighter Injured From Falling Debris Released From Hospital, On Road To RecoveryDallas Fire-Rescue Captain Ronald (Ron) Janek was discharged from Parkland Memorial Hospital Sunday, just two days after debris fell on top of him while battling a fire in northwest Dallas.
Plano Firefighter/Paramedic Phillipe Casey Talley Passes Away After More Than 3 Weeks In HospitalPlano Fire-Rescue said he passed away from natural causes around 6:30 a.m. Friday with family by his side and fire department personnel providing a Silent Watch.
Beloved Lewisville Fire Department Chief Loses Cancer BattleFamily, friends and firefighters are mourning the loss of Chief Timothy Tittle, a 40 plus year veteran of the Lewisville Fire Department.
Fort Worth Firefighters Deliver Holiday Meals To Dozens Of Families In NeedThe department used money raised throughout the year to make the Christmas season a little better for those who can use a hand.
Burn Victim Thanks Dallas Firefighter Who Saved Her LifeIt was a scene so heinous, a Dallas Fire-Rescue firefighter thought the victim had died.
Plano Firefighter, 2 Others Injured After Car Crashes Into Ladder TruckThree people, including a Plano firefighter, were injured after a car crashed into a ladder truck on Highway 75 Central Expressway early Sunday morning.
North Texas Firefighter Layton Baker Dies After Car CrashA North Texas firefighter has died after a car crash in Paris, Texas Sunday morning.
Plano Fire-Rescue Engineer Brent Cuba Found Deceased In His McKinney HomeBrent Cuba, 43, was hired as a firefighter by Plano Fire-Rescue on February 20, 2006 and was promoted to Fire Engineer in 2013.
Fort Worth Firefighter Among 92 Added To National Memorial In MarylandA Fort Worth firefighter was among 92 added to the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial during an annual service in Emmetsburg, Maryland this weekend.
Denton Firefighter Gary Weiland Back On Duty 10 Months After Leg AmputatedNot only did Gary Weiland have to learn to walk again with a prosthesis, he also had to train for months to get back to the job he loves.
Fort Worth Fire Captain Keven Teague Passes Away After Brief Battle With Pancreatic CancerCapt. Keven Teague served in the Fort Worth Fire Department for more than 23 years and leaves behind a wife and two children.