Baltimore City Fire Department
Baltimore City police say two men are dead after being found in the basement of an apartment building that caught fire early Monday morning.
A new law requiring a smoke detector on each level of a home is now in effect in Maryland.
The promotion of Captain Charline B. Stokes makes her the first African American female to attain the rank of battalion chief in the 154-year history of the Baltimore City Fire Department.
City firefighters were called to the 8-hundred block of North Luzerne Avenue around 8:30 p.m. Monday.
A mysterious illness spreads through a Johns Hopkins facility, sending more than a dozen employees to the hospital.
Every year, the Baltimore City Fire Department sets aside money to educate its residents how to prevent house fires and what to do when one happens. Now, they’ve cooked up an event to have the residents come to them.
A surprising reversal for the Baltimore Fire Department. Amid protests, the mayor announced one of the fire companies set to shut down will actually be able to stay open–and it’s all thanks to money from Baltimore’s Grand Prix races.
The Baltimore City fire department is overhauling its rescue teams and opening a new command center at its Locust Point station.
One person is injured after a fire broke out in a two-story home in Southwest Baltimore City.
Fires kill people across the country each year including citizens in Baltimore. On Saturday, the city fire department hit the streets to make homes safer.
Authorities say a four-alarm fire at a carryout restaurant in Baltimore has left four people injured, including a firefighter.
Nearly 100 Baltimore City firefighters are battling a four-alarm fire at a three-story building in the 4000-block of Frederick Avenue.