In an appeal from the pulpit, the Rev. Al Sharpton is demanding justice for the Staten Island man who died after an apparent police choke hold.
Police and firefighters in Fairfield are set to undergo training that will enable them to carry an antidote that reverses the effects of heroin and other opiates.
Both during and after the explosion that leveled two buildings in East Harlem Wednesday, people were stepping in to help rescue people inside, and take care of the victims afterward.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this week presided over a graduation ceremony for 285 probationary FDNY firefighters.
More reports of FDNY EMS employees’ misuse of social media have surfaced, this time involving unauthorized photos of patients’ gory injuries.
New York City medics say their safety was jeopardized during Superstorm Sandy and the head of Emergency Medical Services has got to go
The New York City paramedics’ union has issued a vote of no confidence in the FDNY Emergency Medical Services Chief, and has demanded that he resign over his performance during Superstorm Sandy.
The new initiative would provide EMTs and paramedics who are assaulted on the job with the same legal protection that is currently afforded to police officers.
The National Transportation Safety Board is sending an agent to investigate the death of a woman who fell into the Atlantic Ocean when her harness broke while parasailing.
Police say the baby’s mother, Shoshannah Muhammad, handed the child off to a stranger. She was arrested and is facing felony charges.
Melisa Jackson was facing larceny charges on Long Island. Police said she tried to steal nearly $50 worth of cosmetics from a Walmart in Westbury.
Michael Burris, 27, fell and hit his head in his Millville home on July 31. Responders said in a report they restrained him because he was combative.
Relatives say four Rochester men who died in a fiery crash when a speeding car slammed into a railroad bridge abutment were a close-knit group who attended the same church.
Executive Deputy Chief George Markert said the car had been traveling a high rate of speed before the accident.
A New York City emergency medical technician surrendered Tuesday to face charges for failing to help a pregnant woman who later died.