Major Andrew “Andy” P. Davis contracted COVID-19 while providing emergency medical care to a patient who had tested positive for the virus.
The Oklahoma City Fire Department announced Monday that Maj. Andy Davis, who died on Christmas Eve, caught the COVID-19 virus while responding to a call.
An Oklahoma City firefighter whose uncle, a 20-year veteran of the city's fire department, died from COVID-19 was the first to receive a vaccine against the disease as the department began administering 500 doses.
The City of Chickasha is facing a lawsuit on behalf of Chickasha Firefighters for alleged violation of fair labor standards.
Three Owasso (OK) firefighters were transported after an explosion and fire late last week that claimed the life of a resident.
The Stillwater community is rallying together and sending prayers to Capt. Randy Blake with the Stillwater Fire Department. He has been battling COVID-19 for a couple of weeks.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt on Friday requested a federal major disaster declaration from last month’s ice storm that caused an estimated $27 million in damages in 13 central Oklahoma counties.
A man was found dead Wednesday night following a fire at a Norman apartment complex, according to the Norman Fire Department.
More than 300,000 homes and businesses in Oklahoma were without electricity Tuesday evening as an early season ice storm blanketed the state, icing over tree limbs that crashed through power lines and blocked roadways.
An Ardmore woman is facing multiple felony charges after allegedly breaking into two businesses, setting one on fire and then setting the stolen car she arrived in on fire.