The Detroit fire commissioner said the firefighters who posed in front of a burning house on New Year's Eve will be disciplined
A mother in South Carolina has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for arranging a fire at her mobile home to get insurance money and killing her son, who she did not know was inside.
The sister-in-law of one of six residents found dead after a Las Vegas apartment building fire filed a wrongful death lawsuit Wednesday against the property owner.
Nicholas DeLia has advice for smaller departments to compensate for lack of resources through improved tactics, strategies, and outside assistance.
We can blame or we can learn from incidents where things went wrong, but we can’t do both. Read January's Editor's Opinion from Bobby Halton.
Read some letters to the editors of Fire Engineering from January 2020, including a new editorial cartoon from Paul Combs!
John K. Murphy looks back on legal issues fire departments faced in 2019.
A defense bill expected to be passed by the U.S. Senate on Tuesday seeks to prevent local government agencies from mistakenly warning residents of a ballistic missile attack the way Hawaii did nearly two years ago.
Volunteer firefighters sometimes worry about more about being popular that being competent. If you strive for respect by competently going about your tasks, popularity will follow, says Tom Merrill.
In some arenas, the question of the rule of law has become polarizing and divisive. My hope is that we in the fire service can rise above the chaos, writes John K. Murphy.