Some people who do not have a fear of heights allowed WJZ a close look at some high angle rescue training Wednesday.
At least two Annapolis homes suffered heavy fire damage Wednesday afternoon.
Crews are fighting a mulch fire in Anne Arundel County.
Sixty-five percent of the firefighters in Anne Arundel County don’t live in Anne Arundel, and 17 percent live out of state.
A new report from the District of Columbia’s inspector general raises further questions about whether the fire department has enough trucks to respond to major emergencies, and the D.C. councilmember who oversees the agency said he was losing confidence in its leadership.
A fast moving brush fire causes quite a stir in Baltimore County.
The Trader Joe’s in Annapolis has been evacuated.
Two men–one of them a city firefighter–are facing federal charges. Prosecutors say they were caught running a prostitution ring.
Fast-moving flames ripped through a lumber yard in West Baltimore, sending several firefighters to Shock Trauma.
A large number of District of Columbia firefighters called out sick on New Year’s Eve, leaving the city short-staffed on a busy night.
A bit of Baltimore history is back in town.
A fire at a dorm building on the Johns Hopkins Hospital campus was contained before causing any injuries.