Bombarded with COVID-19, civil unrest, and social media overload in additional to "regular" emergency duties, some firefighters may be feeling overwhelmed. Tim Pillsworth offers some thoughts on regaining some sense of control.
Firefighter Anthony “Tony” Christensen had COVID-19 for more than 30 days before he died.
The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) will be conducting the Fill the Boot program this year virtually due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Houston (TX) Fire Department (HFD) reported on the death of Firefighter Paramedic Gerado "Jerry" Pacheco.
As recovery and cleanup efforts got underway Monday in South Texas in the wake of a downgraded Hanna, worried residents confronted the prospect of undertaking the effort amid a surge in coronavirus cases that has left many fearful about their health.
A Los Angeles firefighter died from complications of COVID-19, the first in the department to die from the disease
California counties are stepping up enforcement of public health orders as hospitalizations and positive tests for the coronavirus skyrocket in many parts of the state.
COVID-19 and the intricacies of dealing with a pandemic have presented many problems that most fire service leaders never imagined. Dennis Reilly examines some of the issues and offers some possible solutions.
Leroy Lucio, who served 29 years with the Houston Fire Department, passed away on July 20, 2020, from coronavirus complications.
Lunch was on the first lady during the coronavirus pandemic.