California Facing Inmate Firefighter Shortage After Early Releases Over CoronavirusCalifornia first responders are wrestling massive wildfires plaguing the state but an integral part of their team is missing in action because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Boy Raises More Than $3,000 To Help Pay Wounded Volunteer Firefighter’s Medical BillCooper Wallweber set up his lemonade stand on a warm Thursday afternoon near St Louis. The 5-year-old had no marketing plan; just a goal to help a first responder in need. By the end of business, the young entrepreneur had raised more than $3,000 for a wounded volunteer firefighter.
Firefighters Exposed To Coronavirus Patients In San Joaquin County Now In IsolationPotential exposures to COVID-19 is the new reality facing first responders every day.
Fire Departments Working To Prevent Suicide Among FirefightersTwice as many firefighters in the U.S. die by suicide than in the line of duty. Now fire departments are sounding the alarm.
Firefighters Rescue German Shepherd That Chased Cat Up A TreeAs soon as firefighters got that call, they couldn't believe it. 
Report: Firefighter Overtime Surges 65% In CaliforniaFollowing an unprecedented series of wildfires across California, overtime costs for firefighters surged by 65% over the past decade, pushing annual wages to nearly $5 billion, according to a newspaper analysis published Sunday.
Stockton Pier Catches FireStockton firefighters were called out twice to a Stockton pier twice this morning.
Firefighters Rescue Three People Trapped On BillboardThe crews raised an aerial ladder and made contact with two men holding a third "altered" man down. 
Firefighters Looking To Artificial Intelligence Technology To Help Fight WildfiresIt turns out, the future of firefighting includes a whole lot of artificial intelligence.
Firefighters Working To Combat Cancer In Decontamination UnitsNevada County Consolidated Fire just bought two of the decontamination units from a Canadian company.
All-Female Fire Crew Makes History, Inspires Girls Fire CampThe Mountain View Fire Department is making history by allowing three women to work together for the first time ever.