85-Year-Old Man Killed In Early-Morning Fire At Bronx High-RiseAn elderly man is deadly following an early-morning fire in the Bronx. Flames broke out around 2:45 a.m. at a high-rise building on Casals Place.
Early-Morning Fire Damages Bronx Apartment Building, Several Residents DisplacedThe flames broke out shortly before 1:30 a.m. at a building on Morris Avenue in the Mount Hope section.
FDNY Urges Fire Victims To Close Their Doors After Upper East Side Apartment BlazeThe fire broke out shortly after 2 a.m. at a 41-story high-rise on 72nd Street near York Avenue.
A Dozen Families Displaced After Fire At NYCHA Building In The BronxFlames broke out around 6:40 p.m. Thursday inside the building on Findlay Avenue in the Concourse section.
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. 
4-Alarm Fire In Queens Injures 10, Leaves Several Buildings Damaged Or DestroyedCBS2 has learned six buildings were damaged by the fast-moving fire. It appears two are completely destroyed. The 4-alarm fire drew a response from about 200 FDNY firefighters.
Flames Break Out At Popular Pizzeria John's Of Times Square, FDNY SaysThe FDNY tells CBS2 first responders rushed to John’s of Times Square on West 44th Street around 3:30 p.m.
63-Year-Old Dead, Several Injured In Brooklyn Apartment FireCBS2’s Christina Fan has learned a 63-year-old man died in the fire. Neighbors say he lived on the fifth floor of the housing complex in the Gravesend section.
FDNY Promotes 70 Firefighters For Duty In 2020The FDNY says its members responded to 1.8 million emergencies in 2019, the second-highest in department history.
Man Accused Of Using Chanukah Candles To Set Fires Inside Yeshiva Dorm While Students SleptSurveillance video shows Pete Weyand break into a building at Yeshiva University Schottenstein around 3:50 a.m. Friday on East 29th Street in Washington Heights.
Only On CBS2: New FDNY Tactical Training Facility Opens In RockawayNow, the 40 fire companies in the area can spend less time "out of service" commuting to training and more time using those skills.