FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro Answers To Federal Judge After 9 Firefighters Suspended For Allegedly Sharing Racist MessagesNigro acknowledged that while the department has hired more people of color, inclusion remains the most difficult piece.
9/11 20 Years Later: FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro Recalls Getting Thrust Into Command Of Rescue OperationsNigro was immediately thrust into the command of rescue operations of an attack of historic proportions.
FDNY Foundation Honors Supporters At Annual DinnerThe foundation's goal is to help promote fire safety education and help the FDNY better protect New York.
FDNY, NYPD Renew Rivalry At Fun City Bowl At MetLife StadiumNew York's Bravest and Finest squared off on the gridiron Sunday, continuing an annual tradition.
FDNY Renames Its Highest Award For 9/11 Hero Chief Peter Ganci Due To 'Deeply Racist Beliefs' Of Award's Original NamesakeFor 150 years, the "James Gordon Bennett" medal was the highest honor for bravery awarded to a firefighter in the city. But times have changed.
Caught On Video: Fireworks Set Off Brooklyn House Fire; Suspect Faces Arson ChargesDozens of firefighters responded to the June 24 incident, that was captured on security cameras, at the home on East 51st Street.
Coronavirus Update: EMS Face Record Number Of Ambulance Calls While Dealing With Delays, Sick WorkersEMS members are concerned about potentially infecting their families when they go home, so some are sleeping in their cars or at the station.
Coronavirus Update: FDNY Commissioner Warns Critical Supplies Are Running Dangerously LowAs the number of coronavirus cases grow in the five boroughs, first responders continue to answer every call.
FDNY Hero Steven Pollard Honored With A PlaqueJust a year after he was appointed to the department, firefighter Steven Pollard died while trying to save others.
FDNY Welcomes 301 New Firefighters, Including 21 Children Of FDNY And NYPD Members Who Died In The Line Of DutyA graduation ceremony was held in Brooklyn this morning for 301 probationary firefighters.
Det. Lou Alvarez Honored At 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony In BrooklynFor many people in our area and around the country, late NYPD Det. Lou Alvarez has become a face of the fight for increased aid for New York City first responders suffering from 9/11-related illnesses.
FDNY Adds 22 Names To Memorial Wall Honoring Service At WTC Ground Zero After 9/11In a solemn ceremony Friday, the names of 22 firefighters were added to the FDNY World Trade Center Memorial Wall in downtown Brooklyn.
FDNY Commissioner 'Disgusted' By Congressional Delay On 9/11 Victim Compensation FundNigro spoke to reporters a day after the FDNY announced it lost its 200th member to a 9/11-related illness.
'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.