Baltimore Fire Department
Some amazing amateur video. If you were near the Inner Harbor Saturday afternoon, you likely saw the smoke. Two boats caught on fire and a woman was trapped by the flames.
Firefighters and paramedics in Baltimore are going door to door to talk about smoke alarms and install them where needed.
Going for gold. A young Olympian is on her way to Russia to compete in the Winter Games. Thursday, she got a sendoff from Baltimore City firefighters, the mayor and a former Olympic gold medalist.
Baltimore City firefighters are investigating a three-alarm apartment building fire in Northwest Baltimore.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security has awarded a nearly $1.5 million grant to the Baltimore Fire Department to buy 75 monitor/defibrillators.
Fire officials say several people were rescued and nine apartments were damaged at a complex in Northwest Baltimore.
The longtime spokesman for the Baltimore Fire Department has retired.
A new social media policy in the Baltimore fire department is causing a firestorm of debate. The department says the rule protects firefighters, but the union fears firefighters will lose their right to speak up.
The Baltimore Fire Department is implementing a strict new social media policy it began devising in the spring to regulate what firefighters post on Twitter and Facebook.
It’s some of the most demanding physical and technical work a fire department undertakes. Now Baltimore wants to strengthen its special operations units.
Unconstitutional pension cuts. A federal court strikes down Baltimore City’s pension cuts for firefighters and police. It’s a ruling that could cost the city tens of millions of dollars in an already tight budget.
Some major changes take effect for the Baltimore City Fire Department. Monday, the city officially ended its controversial rotating fire company closures and instead began the process of permanently closing three fire companies.