Mother, 3 Young Children Killed In Brooklyn House FireThe fire broke out around 2:30 a.m. on East 14th Street in Sheepshead Bay.
Firefighters Help Save Family Of 7 From Early Morning Fire In East HarlemThe fire broke out around 3:15 a.m. Friday in a high-rise residential building on East 112th Street.
Firefighters Battle 4-Alarm Fire In BrooklynThe fire is believed to have started early Thursday morning in a hardware store at the ground level of a four-story mixed occupancy building on Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Another Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against FDNYA lawsuit filed against the FDNY is accusing the agency of discriminating against black employees and job seekers in its ambulance and civilian support staff operations.
New York’s Bravest, Finest Team Up To Track Luring Suspect To Scarsdale HomeA child waiting for a bus in the Bronx escaped a stranger who tried to lure her into his car.
Families Homeless For The Holidays After 6-Alarm Fire At Hamilton Heights Apartment BuildingThe fire started just after 3 p.m. Friday afternoon and took over 17 hours to place under control. With several flareups overnight, authorities say the building still poses serious risk for neighbors.
6 Firefighters Hurt As Extra-Alarm Blaze Rips Through Commercial Building In Upper ManhattanAuthorities rushed to 150 Nagle Ave. in Inwood, where flames broke out just after 10 a.m.
Police Use Find My iPhone App To Catch Armed Robbery Suspects In Central ParkOne of the teenage suspects was clad with a mask and armed with a .380 caliber handgun when he robbed a man of his iPhone and wallet Thursday night, police said.
FDNY Working To Equip Ambulance Fleet With Mobile Mapping SoftwareImagine, you have a medical emergency and call 911 -- but what if the ambulance can't find you?
More Than 100 Firefighters Battle Blaze In QueensThe call came in just after 5:30 a.m. Wednesday in South Ozone Park.
Observant Postal Worker Saves Elderly Woman’s Life After FallAn elderly woman was clinging to life, alone in her home, and almost didn't make it.
Seen At 11: Parks Department Under Fire Over Absence Of Smoke Alarms In Rec CentersWhether we're at home or out and about, most of assume that when it comes to fire safety, state of the art alarms will protect us.