'Gut Wrenching': Family Of 6, Including 4 Children, Killed In Harlem Apartment BlazeFlames broke out around 1:40 a.m. inside a fifth-floor apartment at the Frederick Samuel Houses on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and 142nd Street.
FDNY Graduates Nearly 300 New Firefighters, Including Most Women In DecadesTwo hundred and 91 probationary firefighters are graduating from the academy Friday. Among them are 15 women – the most in any graduating class since the first group of 41 women joined in 1982.
Arrest Made After Firefighter Injured At Alleged Marijuana Grow HouseA firefighter is lucky to be alive Monday after he fell 30 feet while battling a blaze at an alleged marijuana grow house in the Bronx.
'A Very Brave Firefighter': FDNY, Family And City Mourn Firefighter Michael Davidson, Killed In Harlem Movie Set BlazeFirefighter Michael R. Davidson of Engine Company 69 died at Harlem Hospital after being pulled from the burning unoccupied building on Saint Nicholas Avenue near 148th Street.
Officials: Deadly Bronx Fire Caused By Young Boy Playing With StoveThe fast-moving fire started just before 7 p.m. Thursday at a building on Prospect Avenue and 185th Street.
Close The Door When When Escaping A Fire, Nigro Reminds EveryoneClose the door – that is the message from FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro to everyone, in the event of a fire.
Community Mourns Loss Of Mother, 3 Kids In Sheepshead Bay FireThe fire broke out around 2:30 a.m. on East 14th Street in Sheepshead Bay.
NYC Sanitation Employee Honored For Helping Catch Suspect In EMT's MurderRalph Alanzo received a gold medal of honor from the sanitation commissioner and praise from the fire commissioner Friday
European Gangsters Torched Brooklyn Building To Snuff Out Rival Poker Game; Feds SaySeveral families were burned out of their homes, four firefighters were injured -- one with first-degree burns -- and now investigators say a Brooklyn fire was an act of arson over rival poker games.
Subway Derailment In Harlem Caused By 'Human Error,' MTA SaysIt's unclear when normal service will resume, but the MTA said employees will be working all night to have it restored by the morning rush.
FDNY Holds Open Houses Across NYC To Promote Fire SafetyFDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro said the open house also serves as a recruitment effort with the exam coming up in the fall.