An extra-alarm fire in a building in Lower Manhattan left four people injured early Saturday.
An extra-alarm fire was raging early Friday in a high-rise building near Prospect Park in Brooklyn.
An extra-alarm fire broke out Friday evening at a Roman Catholic high school in the Bronx.
An extra-alarm fire broke out Tuesday afternoon at a PSE&G power switching station in Branchburg, N.J. Wednesday evening.
One man is dead, and another remained hospitalized Sunday night, after a three-alarm fire broke out in a high-rise fire in Midtown Manhattan.
An extra-alarm fire ripped through an apartment building on the Upper West Side Monday evening, leaving three people injured.
A Staten Island condominium fire Monday forced residents out into the freezing weather.
About a dozen people were displaced Sunday afternoon to battle a blaze at a home in Elizabeth, N.J.
No injuries were reported Sunday night when an extra-alarm fire ripped through a grocery store and Laundromat in Harlem.
A firefighter was injured Wednesday afternoon, as crews battled a three-alarm blaze that broke out in Newark.
Thirteen firefighters and three others were injured Sunday afternoon, as an extra-alarm swept through multiple buildings Sunday afternoon in the Bedford Park section of the Bronx.
Authorities on Wednesday said a five-story building in North Bergen, N.J. should be demolished, following severe damage from an extra-alarm fire last weekend.
An investigation was under way Tuesday morning after a major fire broke out in Middle Village, Queens.
A five-alarm fire broke out in a residential building in Hamilton Heights on Monday afternoon, leaving at least 19 firefighters injured.
Two people were hurt – one of them suffering severe burns – when a fire broke in the auto repair shop where they were working in Paterson, N.J. Friday.