Bulldozer Plows Into HomeA bulldozer plowed into a home in Denver's Green Valley Ranch neighborhood on Friday afternoon and destroyed it.
Former Denver Fire Captain Files Suit, Claims Gender DiscriminationA former Denver Fire Department captain has filed a federal lawsuit claiming she was the target of gender discrimination which ultimately led to her 2015 firing.
Denver Firefighters Among The First In The Country To Use Bullet-Proof GearWhen first responders in Denver are called to an active shooting scene, police officers and SWAT teams are no longer the only ones wearing bullet-proof gear.
Firefighters Save Dog From Burning HomeFirefighters in Denver saved a golden retriever from a burning home on Friday.
Firefighter Charged With Indecent Exposure At Aurora MallA Denver firefighter is accused of exposing himself to young girls at a store in a shopping mall.
A Line Loses Power, Passengers Rescued From Train Stuck On BridgeThe A Line was down once again on Tuesday afternoon. This time the reason was a power outage along the train line. Dozens of passengers were evacuated from a stuck train at 78th and Gun Club Road.
How To Escape A Fire: Denver Firefighters Share Life Saving LessonsGood Question: How can I help myself in a fire?
Denver Fire Department Celebrates 150 Years Of Rich HistoryDenver's very first firefighters were just a handful of men who worked on a volunteer basis, formed on March 25, 1866 after tragedy struck the Colorado territory.
Assistant Fire Chief Fined Over 'Close Call' IncidentA Denver Assistant Fire Chief has been fined 24 hours of pay in connection with a 2012 "close call" incident that nearly cost a Denver firefighter his life.
Fire Damages 7 Townhomes In South Denver, Nobody InjuredSeveral townhomes were damaged after a quick moving fire in Denver.
Bucket Truck Hits Power Line, Operator Gets StuckA worker doing construction at an apartment building got stuck in the bucket of a lift truck on Friday morning.
Denver Firefighter Death Prompts Nationwide AlertThe National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has issued a nationwide alert to fire departments across the country following last July’s death of Denver firefighter John Whelan.