Philadelphia Fire Dept. Pushes New Recruitment CampaignThe Fire Commissioner is looking for a few good men and women and has started an aggressive recruitment campaign to find them.
Philadelphia Fire Department Looking To Recruit New MembersThe Philadelphia Fire Department will soon begin accepting applications to fill a new training class.
Philly Fire Department Christens New Fire TruckA forgotten tradition is resurrected today as the Philadelphia fire department christens a new fire truck.
New Philadelphia Fire Department Campaign Aims To Limit Unnecessary 9-1-1 CallsThe Philadelphia Fire Department is on a campaign to encourage folks to hold off making Emergency Medical Services 9-1-1 calls, when they have non-medical issues.
5-Year-Old Girl Dies After Fire Inside Northeast Philadelphia HomeFive-year-old Sophia Olsen has died days after she was rescued from a burning home in the 3700 block of Hereford Lane.
Firefighters Test New Tech In Center City Fire DrillPhiladelphia firefighters practiced their skills in a Center City high-rise Saturday morning.
Philly Fire Department Cracking Down On Non-Emergency 911 CallsOfficials kicked off National Emergency Services week on Tuesday by also kicking off a campaign to end ambulance calls for non-emergencies.
One Dead, One Injured In West Philadelphia Apartment FireFlames broke out around 7:30 a.m. Saturday in the 4700 block of Hazel Avenue.
Two Dead In South Philadelphia House FireThe fire broke out shortly before 11:30 p.m. Friday at a home along the 1700 block of Moore Street.
Fallen Officers, Firefighters Remembered At Living Flame Memorial Service In PhiladelphiaFamilies of fallen Philadelphia police officers and firefighters gathered to remember the sacrifices of their loved ones Wednesday during the annual Living Flame Memorial Service in Franklin Square.
Phila. Group Dedicated To Fire Prevention Receives PraiseIn 2015, the Philadelphia Fire Department had the lowest number of fire deaths in the city's history.
Philadelphia Fire Department Looks To Reduce 911 Calls From So-Called "Superusers"The Philadelphia Fire Department is battling a costly phenomenon. That is, "superusers:" People or places that call for emergency services more than 40 times a year.