The all-female fire crew will be battling more than 200 wildfires blazing through the state of Alaska.
After a family watched their house to "up in flames," canceling a boy's 6th birthday party, firefighters went above and beyond to throw him a festive celebration.
A crew of Broward firefighters selflessly helped a homeless woman and her dog stuck in the rain by paying out of their own pockets to check her into a hotel.
Two window washers were working atop an Oklahoma City skyscraper when strong winds began swinging their lift uncontrollably.
A fire department in Missouri is enjoying a bit of viral fame after their recruitment ad promised prospective new firefighters "low pay" and "cool helmets."
“They had to get this man home, and there was no better way than to push him,”said the Missouri deputy fire chief.
On top of making the home look brand-new with a fresh coat of paint, the firefighters also installed new fire detectors.
Trailblazing FDNY firefighter Regina Wilson took the stage at the 2019 MAKERS conference Thursday to speak with two female firefighters on the front lines in California: Kristina Kepner, battalion chief, Los Angeles Fire Department, and Kristin Crowley, deputy chief, LAFD. Kepner and Crowley both beat the odds to become firefighters (just four percent of firefighters nationwide are women).