FDNY Honors Queens Mechanic Who Saved City $700,000A mechanic for the New York City fire department is being honored for saving taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars through his ingenuity.
Firefighter Accused Of Selling Prescription Drugs Outside Brooklyn FirehouseDaniel Torres, 33, of Rahway, New Jersey, was arrested on the Staten Island Expressway on his way to work Tuesday morning.
NYPD: 2 Steal Official FDNY Vehicle, Take Joyride Through BronxTwo men were arrested after allegedly stealing an official FDNY vehicle sitting in front of a hospital in the Bronx on Saturday night.
'A Miracle On 93rd Street,' Elderly Man Rescued In Blaze Reunites With Heroic Firefighters
Two-Alarm Fire Breaks Out At Kips Bay BuildingThe call came in around 3:45 a.m. for the fire on East 24th Street.
'Unlikely Wind Played A Role' In Crane Accident That Killed 2 Workers In Queens, Officials SayOne worker was killed inside the cab of the crane, while another stood outside, guiding the 6,500 pound I-beam, FDNY Deputy Chief George Healy said.
Video: FDNY Rescues Blind, Deaf Dog Stuck Inside Wall In The BronxIt seems the dog, named Mustafa, got into trouble during renovations when a bathtub was moved, leaving a hold behind.
FDNY Rescues Man From High-Rise Under Construction On Manhattan's West SideThe incident began at around 9:50 a.m. at 11th Avenue and 33rd Street.
Firefighters Lauded For Rescue Efforts In Deadly Upper East Side BlazeFirefighters used a rare rope rescue to save 81-year-old resident Jimmy Duffy from the six-alarm blaze, which broke around 3:30 a.m. Thursday at 324 East 93rd Street.
CBS2 Exclusive: ‘The Miracle On 93rd’ Man Recalls Being Saved By FDNY In Daring ‘Roof Rope Rescue’Firefighter Jim Lee, harnessed to a rope, dangled over the flames that poured out of 324 East 93rd Street to save a man who was trapped on the fifth floor.
‘We Mourn With You,’ FDNY Remembers Fallen Firefighters On Emotional Memorial DayA somber service was held in Manhattan on Wednesday, for the men and women of the FDNY who died in the line of duty.
Racial Discrimination Complaint Filed Against FDNY, $150 Million Lawsuit ExpectedOfficials say 10 black civilian employees have filed a complaint with the EEOC, alleging that they are being denied promotions and pay increases due to racial discrimination.

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