Firefighters' Union Ratifies Retroactive 7-Year ContractThe union representing FDNY firefighters voted Monday to ratify a seven-year collective bargaining agreement, which followed a yearlong feud with City Hall.
FDNY Distributes Smoke Alarms After Deadly Brooklyn FireThe fire started around 5:30 a.m. Saturday. Lord Kinard, 76, and Octavia Kinard, 71, got trapped in the upstairs bedroom and could not escape.
Another Vacant House Catches Fire In Forest HillsHalf a dozen fires have been reported in Forest Hills since late last month.
3 Firefighters Hurt Battling House Fire In South Jamaica, QueensThe fire broke out at around 10 a.m. at 146th Street between Linden Boulevard and 115th Street.
Emergency Responders Conduct Active-Shooter Drill In Lower Manhattan Subway StationIt's preparation for any potential attacks against the city and was planned before the Paris attacks.
Fire Officials: String Of Fires In Forest Hills Appear SuspiciousInvestigators reportedly have at least one surveillance video showing a man entering a construction site.
Mayor De Blasio Honors Correction Officer And FDNY Lieutenant For Acts Of HeroismDuring a ceremony at City Hall, the mayor presented Certificates of Recognition to correction officer Daniel Leites and FDNY lieutenant Adam Vilagos for their acts of heroism.
Firefighters Rescue MTA Worker Who Fell Down Shaft In BrooklynRescuers hoisted the man on a backboard through an open grate at Fulton and Downing Streets in Fort Greene.
Seen At 11: ATF Fights Fire With Fire In Lesson On ArsonArson is one of the most unimaginable crimes, and one of the hardest to prosecute because so much of the evidence destroyed.
Retired FDNY Firefighter Tracks Down Lost Wedding Rings At Jones BeachA retired New York City firefighter seems to have the golden touch when it comes to finding missing wedding rings.
EMTs Investigated After Woman Pronounced Dead At Shooting Scene In Queens Later Found AlivePolice said an hour after the woman was pronounced dead, officers heard her make noise.
New Class Hikes Total Female FDNY Firefighters To Highest EverIt was a jubilant day at Queens College Friday, as the FDNY welcomed its newest graduates – among them four women. Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro presided over the graduation ceremony of 295 probationary firefighters.
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