Yacht Catches Fire, Sinks In Patapsco RiverBaltimore County Fire Department units were dispatched Friday morning for a call of a 25-foot boat engulfed in flames in the Patapsco River.
Gas Leak Under Investigation At Dumbarton Middle SchoolThe Baltimore County Fire Department is investigating a gas leak at Dumbarton Middle School.
Federal Grants Buy New Safety Equipment For Volunteer FirefightersBig federal money is coming into Baltimore County fire departments. The money will protect firefighters and help to attract new ones.
Retired County Fire Captain, Known As 'Baltimore Birdman,' Charged With Sexual Abuse Of MinorA former Baltimore County Fire Department captain and well-known Ravens fanatic is charged with sexual abuse of a minor.
Water Main Break Swallows Car, Runs Through Pikesville NeighborhoodA water main break in a Baltimore County neighborhood nearly swallowed a car.
Multi-Car Accident Backs Up Traffic On I-695 Near 95 A multi-car accident is backing up traffic on the outer loop of I-695 near I-95.
Baltimore County Fire Department Monitors Large Brush FireBaltimore County's fire department is monitoring a large brush fire at Weber's Farm on Harford and Long Green Pike.
Lutherville Firefighter, Husband And Father Killed While Saving Lives Honored At CeremonyA day of remembrance. Firefighters killed in service were honored Sunday in Emmitsburg, including a fallen hero from Baltimore.
2-Alarm Fire At Randallstown Apartment Complex Under ControlThe Baltimore County Fire Department says a two-alarm fire at a Randallstown apartment complex is under control.
Fire At Abandoned Factory In KingsvilleThe Baltimore County Fire Department reported a fire at an abandoned Belko Factory on the 11-hundred block of Jericho Road.
Md. Woman Makes Black History In Baltimore County Fire DepartmentA Baltimore County paramedic is being hailed a trailblazer. No other African-American woman has reached her rank.
Baltimore Co. Fire Dept. To Buy Life-Saving EKGs With $1.75M Federal GrantUsing state-of-the-art technology to save lives. The Baltimore County Fire Department is receiving nearly $2 million in new cardiac arrest equipment.