Baltimore City Firefighters Say Budget Cuts Would 'Put Citizens In Harms Way'Two Baltimore City fire stations are facing cuts to their trucks and staff because of the financial strain caused by the coronavirus pandemic. 
Crews Investigating Cause Of Vacant House Fire In East BaltimoreCrews are investigating after a vacant house fire broke out in east Baltimore on Saturday evening. 
At Least A Dozen Vehicles Catch Fire At Vacant Car Lot In East BaltimoreFire officials are investigating after at least a dozen cars caught on fire at a vacant car lot in east Baltimore on Wednesday afternoon.
Baltimore City Fire Department Officials Say A Total Of 21 Employees Tested Positive, None Currently QuarantinedNearly two dozen Baltimore City Fire Department employees have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic began, the department said Wednesday.
Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott, Other Council Members Call For Fire Company FundingBaltimore City continues to deal with the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. 
Coronavirus Latest: 35 Total BPD Members Test Positive For COVID-19, All 14 Baltimore City Fire Members RecoveredAs of Monday afternoon, city officials report 35 members of the Baltimore Police Department have tested positive for the coronavirus. 
Coronavirus Latest: 14 Baltimore City Fire Department Members Test Positive For COVID-19Chief Niles Ford said Friday that 14 members of the Baltimore City Fire Department have tested positive for COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.
Baltimore EMT Marcus Paxton, Anne Arundel County Woman Killed In Prince George's County CrashTwo people, including a Baltimore EMT, were killed in an early morning car crash in Prince George's County, the city's fire department said Friday.
Fire Station In West Baltimore Suspends Operations After Exposure To CoronavirusMembers of the station who were exposed are self-quarantining.
Coronavirus Prompts Baltimore First Responders To Wear Protective EquipmentYou may see some changes to Baltimore's first responders' uniforms due to the coronavirus.
Baltimore Construction Worker Suspended More Than 40 Feet In The Air Rescued UnharmedA construction worker who was suspended more than 40 feet in the air for more than an hour in Baltimore Thursday was rescued unharmed.